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The Woman's College 
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In the 1937 Pine NEEdles is set forth the story of a state's educational de- 
velopment — that unf ailing standard for estimating advance or retreat along the line 
of human progress. We throzv before you historic flashes of that liistory zvhich 
zve have gathered from musty documents, biographic tomes, and other tSt^ured 
records. The presentation of our college year in the state's institution for tt'i 
brings the story up to date. ^ 

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Fashioned out of the industry and honest szveat, out of the love and patience, 
out of the genius and vision of those zvho have gone before, our present college 
year has emerged. Simple joys and serious endeavor arc our heritage. To these 
yesterdays of our state and of our institution zve look for the courage to go tozvards 
our tomorrozvs. 




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1937 



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SPELLING BOOK 



CONTAINING 

THE RUDIMENTS 

OF TH e 

BNGUSH LANGUAGE 

l>OR THE 

U5E OF SCHOOLSINTHEUNITED STATES 
BY NOA H WEBSTER.ESQ. 

THE REVISED lMPftE&'5)ON WITM THE LATEST 
CORRECTIONS 

^en/ B/lUMStV/C/C, MJ. 
PUBLISHED BYTERHUNE 6. LETSON 
1829 



ConTEnTs 



Book I COLLEGE 

Book II CLASSES 

Book III ORGANIZATIONS 

^(lok IV ATHLETICS 

( h(/ok V FEATURES 










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EDICQTIOn 




In the history o 
ably played their part, h 
women educators the Senio 
of ours." 

Miss Ruth 



in North Carolina zvonien have 

reciatiou of the contribution of 

icates this Annual to "one 



1705 — The Society for Propagation of the Gosfel in foreign Parts sends Charles 
GrifHn to Pasquotank County. Mr. Griffin i^as the first /Professional teacher 
ill Xorlh Carolina. 

1760 — The first academics are established at WUinington and at Crozi'field, Meck- 
lenburg County, near the present site of Davidson College. 

1770 — Queens College is founded uiide-r the auspices of the Presbyterians. It is 
txsAce chartered by the Legislature ciiid tzcice repealed by royal proclama- 
tion. If zi-oiild seem that no compliments to his Queen could render JVhigs 
in- polities and Presbyterians in religion acceptable to George III. Queen's 
flourished, howcz'er. under the name of Liberty Hall Academy and was 
granted a Charter by the nezfly independent state legislature. 

1772 — The Moraz'ians of Salem started a school for little girls zi.'hich ultimately 
dezvloped into Salem College. 

The teacher of today often fights economic slavery. There was a time when 
his bonds were even more tangible. W'c are told that in the earliest days of the 
colony, when a ship arrived with either redemptioners of convicts, school -masters 
w.ere as regularly advertised for sale as were weavers, tailors, or members of 
any other trade. There was little difference except, perhaps, that the former did 
not us'.ially bring so good a price as the latter. 

Old records yield the following advertisements concerning two indentured 
school-masters. The first one had run away; the second had carried the children as 
far as he was qualified to teach them. 

"Ran away: A servant man ******* wlm had followed the profession of 
school-master. Much given to drink and .gambling." 

"To be sold : A school-master, an indentured servant who has got two years 
to serve. N.B. He is sold through no fault, any more than we are done with 
him. He can learn book-keeping and is an excellent scholar." 






University of North Carolina 



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OLLEGE 



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cr^ n y 1/ ienictiant 



Martha Elizabeth \\'ixfield 
(June 10, i8j^ — December /?. 10^6) 

Member of the Class of 1906 
Professor of English 1906-1936 

Distinguished teacher and Shakespeare scholar. 

"Ilcr place is secure amotui those early Titans li'ho hai'c erected 
the structure and iiioidded the spirit of this institution." 



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ADMINISTRATION 




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GOVERNOU Cl,VDE HOEV 

Clialnnaii of the Board of Tnistci 



EXECL'TI\-E COMMITTEE OF THE TRUSTEES 



1938 
1940 
1942 



Hexrv Mauger Loxdon, ex-oificio. Scartarv 
Charles Whedbee. William D. Faucette, Leslie Weil. 
J"nx Si'RuxT Hill. Walter Murphy, John J. Parker. 
•Mrs. Laura Weill Coxe, Miss Easdale Shaw. Haywood Parker. 
Frank Pouter Gkaiiam, Ph.D. 
Prcsidciil of the I' uh-crslty of Xorth Carolina 

\\'alter Cli.\To.\ Jackson, Ph.D. 
Dean of .Idministration 

Miss Harriet W. Elliott 
Dean of Women 





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HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS 



John Paul Givler 

Ph.B., M.A. 
Professor of Biology 

Florence L. Schaeffek 

B.A., M.A. 
Professor of Chemistry 

John H. Cook 

M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor of Edueation 

B. Frank Kvker 
B.A., B.S., M.A. 

Professor of Secretarial Science 

Albert S. Keister 

M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Economies 



.\.\-.\A .M. GovK 

M.D. 

Professor of Hyyiene ami Pliysician 

Mary Ch.\nninc Coleman 

B.S. 

Professor of Physical Education 

Benjami.\ B. Kendrick 

M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor of History 

Glenn R. Johnson 
B.A., M.A. 
Professor of Sociology 

Margaret M. Edwards 

B.S.. M.A. 

Professor of Home Economics 

Helen Barton 

M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 



H. High Altvater 

Ph.D. 
Professor of Music 

Calvin N. Warfield 

M.A.. Ph.D. 
Professor of Physics 

James Albert Hichsmith 

M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 

Winfield S. Barney 

M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor of Romance Languages 

Caroline Schoch 

Ph.B.. M.A. 
Professor of German 

Gregory D. Ivy 

B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Art 



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FACULTY AND OFFICEKS 

1936-37 



Frank Porter Graham, 
M.A., LL.D., D.C.L., D.Litt. 

President 

Walter Clinton Jackson, B.S., LL.D. 

Dean of Administration 

Alice K. Abbott, B.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 

Louise Brevard Alexander, B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 

Amelia C. Altvater. B.A. 

Instructor in German 

H. Hugh Altvater, B.A., M.Mus. 

Professor of Music and Dean of the 
School of Music 

Mary Ruth Angle 

Circulation Department, Library 

HalliE Anthony 
Clerk 

Alex Matthevi^s Arnett, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 

Key L. Barkley, M.A., Ph.D. 

.\ssociate Professor of Psychology 

WiNEiELD S. Barney, M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Romance Languages 



Elva Eudora Barrow, B.A., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 

Helen Barton, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics 

Neva H. Bendix, B.S. 

Instructor in Commercial Department 

ESTELLE BoVD 
Supervisor of Dormitories 



Wade R. Brown, Mus.D. 
Professor of Music 

Mary Elizabeth Brummitt, B.A. 

Assistant in Biology 

May Dulaney Bush, B.A„ M.A. 

Instructor in English 

Clara Booth Byrd, B.A. 

Alumnae Secretary 

Victoria Carlsson, M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Hygiene 

Anne Fulton Carter, B.A. 

Student Counselor 

Dorothy Lee Clement, B.S. 

Instructor in Music 

Oliver Perry Clutts, B.S., M.A. 

.Associate Professor of Education 

Laira H. CoiT 
Secretary of the College 

Inez Coldwell, B.A. 

Associate Professor of Biology 

M.\ry Channing Coleman, B.S. 

Professor of Physical Education 

Ruth M. Collins, B.A., M.D. 

Director of the Department of Health 
and Physician 

Elizabeth J. Cook, B..\., ^L.\. 

Instructor in Chemistry 

John H. Cook. M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Education 

Hope Coolidge, B.S., M.S. 

Dietitian 



.\gnes N. Coxe, B.S., M.A. 

Instructor in Home Economics 

Bennie Lee Craig, B.A. 
Assistant in Psychology 

Charles Crittenden, B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Geography 

Helen Frances Cutting, B.x\., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Spanish 

Dorothy D.-^vis, B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in Physical Education 

Marie B. Denneen, B..^., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Education 

Bessie Doub 

Assistant Dietitian 
Bernice Evelyn Draper, B.A., M.A. 

.Associate Professor of History 

Alice Dunlap, B.A. 

Student Counselor 

J. .-\rthur Dunn, B.A., M.A. 

Professor of English 

Flora White Edwards, B.S., M.S. 

.Assistant Professor of Home Ec 



^L\RGARE■c Messenger Edwards, B.S., M.A. 

Professor of Home Ec' 



Harriet Wiseman Elliott, B..\., M.A. 

Professor of Political Science and Dean of Women 



>L\RY Edwards Ellis 

Instructor in Commercial Department 



Virginia C. Farinholt, M,.'\., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor in Romance Languages 



Makv Lois Ferrell 
Associate Professor Piano 

Mary Fitzgerald, B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Ruth Fitzgerald, B.S., M.A. 

Professor of Education 

Aldace Fitzwater, B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

Margaret Flintom, B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in Education 

Edna A. Forney, B.A. 

Assistant Treasurer 

E. J. Forney 
Treasurer 

Frances Foster 
Clerk 

Juuus L FousT, Ph.B., LL.D. 

President Emeritus 

Henry H. Fuchs, B.A., B.Mus. 

Professor of Music Thtory 

Annie Beam Funderburk. B..\., M.A. 

Instructor in Romance Languages 
and Student Counselor 

John Paul Givler, Ph.B., M..A. 

Professor of Biology 

Mii.iiRED Rutherford Gould, B.S., M..'^.. 

.Associate Professor of English 

Anna M. Gove, M.D. 

Professor of Hygiene and Physician 

loNE H. Grogan, B.A., M.A. 

Student Counselor 

Magnhilde Gullander. B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of History 



Ruth Gunier, B.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

.Alonza C. Hall. B.A., M..\. 

Professor of English 

Earl H. Hall, B.S., M.S. 

Professor of Botany 
Edith Harbour, B.A. 

Secretary to the Dean of .Administration 

Rene Hardre, C.E.N., C.A.P 

Associate Professor of Romance Languages 

Mary Harrell, B.A. 
Instructor in Commercial Department 



Mildred Pearl Harris, B.A., M.A. 
-Assistant Professor of Hygiene 

Edith Harwood, B.L. 

Clerk in Registrar's Office 

Martha Eliz.\beth Hathaway, B.S. 

Student Counselor 

Kathleen Pettit Hawkins 
Clerk 

Madeline Heffner, B.A. 

Assistant in Biology 

Josephine Hege, B.A. 

Instructor in History and Student Counselor 

Sara Henry, B.A. 
Clerk 

James .Albert Highs.mith, ALA., Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology 

BiRDiK Helen Hollowav, B.S., M.S. 

Instructor in Music 

.\L\rjorie Hood, B.-A. 
Head of Circulation Department, Library 

Malcolm K. Hooke, B.A., D. de I'Univ. 
Professor of Romance Languages 

Annie H. Hughes 

Clerk 

Clyde W. Humphrey, B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in Secretarial Science 

Eugenia McIver Hunter, B.A. 

Instructor in Kindergarten 

Ethel Haskin Hunter 

Student Counselor 

Leonard B. Hurley, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

Minnie Middleton Hussev, B.A. 

Readers' Adviser. Library 

Herbert Richard Hazelman, B.A. 

Instructor in Music 

Helen Ingraham, B.S., M.S. 

Associate Professor of Biology 

Gregory D. Ivy, B.S., M.A. 

.Associate Professor of .Art 

Minnie L. Jamison 

Counselor 

Charlton C. Jernican, AL.\., Ph.D. 

.Assistant Professor of Classical Civilization 

Betty Brown Jester, B.-A. 

Manager of Book Store and Post Office 
Clarence D. Johns, B..'\., M.A. 

Professor of History 

Glenn R. Johnson, B.A.. M.A. 

Professor of Sociology 



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George M. Joyce, B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor, Commercial Department 

Albert S. Keister, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Economics 

Eliz.vbeth Kell.\m 

Secretary of Class Chairmen 

Benj.\min B. Kendrick, M..\., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 

A. P. Keph.\rt, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Educational Practice 

Herbert Kimmel, Ph.M., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Education 

Ch.\rlotte Kohler. M.A., Ph.D. 

Instructor in English 

Ann.a M. Kreimeier, Ph.B. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Helen Krug, B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

B. Fr.ank Kvker, B.A., B.S., M..A.. 

Professor of Secretarial Science 

Geraldine Ladd, B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in Education 

Jessie C. Laird, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Romance Languages 

Betty Aiken Land, B..\., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Vera Largent, B.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of History 

Augustine L-^Rochelle, B..A.., M..\. 

Associate Professor of Spanish 

M.w Lattimore 

Clerk and Student Counselor 

M.\ry Betty Lee 

Clerk 

Edythe Orsell Leslie 

Clerk 

Eunice Ann Lloyd, B..\., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

LiLA Belle Love, ALS. 

Associate Professor of Bacteriology 

Lillian Meb.\ne Lovings 

Clerk 

Guy R. LylE, B.A., B.S., M.S. 

Librarian 

Miriam M.>.cF.\dyen, G.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Jessie R. McLean, R.N. 
Nurse 

Evelyn ^L\RTIN, B..\. 

Student Counselor 

WiLLI.AM \V0(5DR0\V M.^RTIN, Ph.B., M.A. 
Professor of Psychology 

Ethel L. M.».rtus, B.\.. M.S. 

.\ssistant Professor of Physical Education 

Harriett Mehaffie, Ph.B. 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Eva Co.x Melvin, B.L. 

Clerk 

Meta Helena Miller, M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Romance Languages 

Alleine Rich.\rd Minor, B.S. 

Associate Professor of Piano 

Mary Taylor Moore 

Registrar 

Grace Van Dyke More, B.Mus., M.S. 

Associate Professor of Public School Music 

Katherine Moser, B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in History 

Elbert R. Moser, Jr., M.S., Ph.D. 

Instructor in English 



Maria S. N.\ples, M.D. 

Assistant Physician 

H.\RRiET Alice Naumann, B.A., M.S. 

.Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

Mildred Pendleton Newton, B.A. 

Secretary to the Registrar 

James W. Painter, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of English 

Herbert W. Park 

.Assistant in Physical Education, Training School 

Mary Welsh Parker, B.A. 

.\ssistant in Chemistry and Student Counselor 

Jean Sellon Peck, B..A.. 

Instructor in Chemistry 

MoLLiE Anne Peterson, Ph.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Art 

AL\ry AL Petty, B.S. 

Professor of Chemistry 

Eugene E. Pfaff, U.A., Ph.D. 

Instructor in History 

Kathleen T. Pfaff, B..\. 

Instructor in History 

Charles Wiley Phillips, B.A., M.A. 

Director of Public Relations 

Helen Lee Pichard 

Secretary to the .Assistant Comptroller 

Viva M. Playfoot, B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Home Economics 

Downing Eubank Proctor, Ph.B., M..^. 

Instructor in Sociology 

Anna Reger. B..\., B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Education and Librarian 
Training School 

Lawrence S. Ritchie, AL.\., Ph.D. 

Instructor in Biology 

Bess Naylor Roas, B.S., M.A. 

.Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

Kurt Edward Rosinger, M.A., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

.Abigail E. Rowley, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of English 

E. Elizabeth Sampson, B.A. 

Head Cataloguer, Library 

Florence Louise Schaeffer, B..\., M..^. 

Professor of Chemistry 

Edythe D. Schneider, B.iVL 

Instructor in Music 

Caroline B. Schoch, Ph.B., U.\. 

Professor of German 

Sarah Gardner SeaglE, B.A. 
Order .Assistant and Secretary to the Librarian 

.\kchie D. Shaftesbury, B..\., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Zoology 

Anne Shamburcer 

Instructor in Hygiene 

Katherine Sherrill, B..\. 

Student Counselor and Secretary to 
Dean of Women 

Lyda Gordon Shivers, H.A., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

Ch.arles J. Shohan, B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in Economics 

Emeva Paul Singletary, B.S. 

Instructor in Charge of Nursery School 

Robert M. Skelton, B..\., M.A. 

Instructor in Art 

J. A. Smith, B.Ed.. M.S. 

Associate Professor of Education 

William C. Smith, Ph.B., L.H.D. 

Professor of English Language and Literature 



Sue Kyle Southwick 

Instructor in Music 

.Vl.ma M. Sparger, B.S., M.A. 

.Assistant Professor of .Art 

Etta R. Spier, B.A., M.A. 

Professor of Education 

Patty Spruill, B..\. 

Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science 

Cora Jane St.\ton, R.N. 

Nurse 

Frances Honnet Stern, B.A. 

Assistant in Dramatics 

Madeline Blakey Street, B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 

Cornelia Strong, B..\., ALA. 

Professor of Mathematics 

Frances Summerell, B..\., M.A. 

Student Counselor 

Jane Summerell, B..\., M.A. 

Associate Professor of English 

Blanche Tansil, B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Institutional Management 

Katherine Taylor, B.A., ALA. 

Instructor in Romance Languages 
and Student Counselor 

William Raymond Taylor, B.A., M.A. 

Professor of English 

Claude Edward Te-ague, B.A. 

.Assistant Comptroller 

Mary .\lice Tennent, B.A. 

.Assistant Registrar 

.Albert Frederick Thiel. M..A.., Ph.D. 

.Associate Professor of Botany 

George M. Thompson, M.Mus. 

Professor of Organ 

John A. Tiedeman, M.S., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Physics 

Nettie S. Tillett, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of English 

Hope Tisdale, B.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

Virginia Trumper 

In Charge of Periodicals, Library 

M.\RY Tyler. B..\. 

Assistant in Chemistry 

George A. Underwood, M..\., Ph.D. 

Professor of Romance Languages 

Edith Vail, B.S. 

Instructor in Physical Education 

Calvin N. Warfield, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 

Emily Holmes Watkins, B..\., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Elizabeth McIver Weatherspoon 

Associate Professor of .Art 

Christine White, B.S. 

Instructor in Physical Education 

Treva Wilkerson, B.A. 

Circulation Department, Library 

Maude Williams, B..\., M.S. 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

Sue Vernon Williams, B.A., M.A. 

Reference Librarian 

George P. Wilson, B.A., M..A.. 

Associate Professor of English 

*Martha Elizabeth WinField, B.S., M.A. 
Professor of English 

Ruth Worley, B..\. 

.Assistant Cataloguer, Library 

M.\ry Edith York, B.S., M.S. 

Instructor in Home Economics 



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STUDENT 
COUNSELOMS 



Miss Katherine Sherrill, B.A. 
Cottcn Hall 

Miss Josei'hixe Hege, I!. A. 
Slunv Hall 




Miss .\IAK^ \\'eesii Parker 
Woman's Hall 

Mrs. Ax.xe Carter 
Spencer Hall 

Mrs. Anxie Heaii Fl'xderburkk, I'>.A., M.A 
Mary Faust Hall 

Miss Ioxe Grogax. I',. A.. M.A. 
East Hall 

Mi.ss Katiierixe Taveor, V,.\., W.X. 
Nnv Guilford Hall 



HATHAWAY 
C.\RTER 



I'ARKER 
FUXDERBURKE 



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Coiisliliitioiiiil l^iiK'isioiis for IcgisliitrL'c 
the first slate iinkcrsil\' in the nation ar 



establishment 
■ adopted. 



if seliools and for 



The Stale Literary I'und in embryo form passes the Assembly -eole. Com- 
prised of tlie interest on certain state bonds, money from liquor licenses, 
crimineil fines, and the like, and special appropriations, it soon amounts to 
livo million dollars. This fund enables the modest beyinniny of publie 
school support. 



The first Common .School Law. dividiny the 
is drawn by II'. //'. Cherry. 



counties into school districts. 



The bill creating tlie University of North Carolina was passed in the old Gov 
ernor's Palace at New Bern. The house had been built at the request of Governor 
Tyron in 1770 and is said to have cost about $80,000. 

After the state capital was moved from New Bern, one of the wings of the 
palace was used for dancing. In 1795 the New Bern .\cademy burned, and the 
Legislature granted the principal. Rev. Thomas P. Irvine, the use of the liuilding 
for school purposes. 

Mr. Irvine kept wood and hay in the cellar of the palace and lived in tlie upper 
part. In 1798 a negro woman servant of Mr. Irvine went to Umk for eggs in the 
hay, carrying a light-wood torch. The hay caught from a spark, and the palace 
was burned to the ground. 






Mangum Township. Durham 
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SENIOM CLASS 



OFFICERS 



Josephine RutlER 
President of Senior Class 

Betty Winspeak 
I'icc-Presidcnt 

Millie Yunker 
Secretary 

AlLEEN PeXDLETOX 
Treasurer 




Meta Helena Miller, Ph.D. 
Chairman of Senior Class 

r>KTT\' Marie Shiefman 
Mascot of Senior Class 




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ABERXETHV 
BARRIER 



BARXHARDT 
BOATMAN- 



LAURA ABERNETHY, Hickory, K. C, A.B.; Cor- 
nelian Marshal (3) ; Junior Prom Chairman; Assistant 
Junior Shop ^Manager ; Big Sister Chairman (2) ; Dol- 
phin (1, 2. 3), Secretary (4) ; Swimming \^arsity (1, 
2, 3) : Soccer \'arsity (2, 3) ; Sociology Club (3, 4) : 
International Relations Club (4) ; House President 
(4): Playlikers (3, 4); Tennis \'arsity (3): French 
Club (1. 2). 



ELIZABETH ASHLEY, Westfield, Mass., A.B.; 
Dikean; Carolinian Staff (1) ; Chapel Committee (2) ; 
Daisy Chain (2); St. Mary's House \'estry (1, 2); 
German Club (1, 2); Education Club (3. 4): House 
Social Chairman (3): Marshal (4); Playlikers (1, 2, 
3. 4), Cabinet (3), President (4); Masqueraders (3, 
4) ; Cast of Commencement Plav (2, 3). 



MARTHA ANDREWS, Kinston, N. C, A.B. Eng- 
lish; Dormitory Social Chairman (4) ; Carolinian (4) ; 
Aletheian; Education Club (3, 4). 

MARGUERITE BARRIER, Jonas Ridge, N. C, 
A.B.; Adelphian; Chemistry Club (3, 4). 

GRACE BELL, Murphy, N. C, A.B.; Adelphian; 
Freshman Commission ; Speaker's Club ( 1 ) ; Clogging 
Club (2, 3) ; Square Dance Club (3) ; Chairman of 
Junior Advisors (3); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); House 
President (4); Phi Beta Kappa (3, 4); Legislature; 
Education Club (4). 



iMARGUERITE BARNHARDT, Rockwell, N. C, 
B.S. Music; Dikean; Catawba College; Choir (2, 3, 
4) ; Madrigal Club (2, 3, 4), Secretary (3) ; Education 
Club (4). 



ANNE BELTON, Winston-Salem, N. C, B.S.S.A.; 
Cornelian; Honor Roll (2); Playlikers; Education 
Club; Pine Needles (4). 



.AIARGARET BOATMAN, Greensboro, N. C. 



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BOXKEMEYER 
BRECKINRIDGE 



CAMILLE BOGER, Morganton, N. C. A.B.: Adel- 
phian; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) ; Mitchell College. 



HELEN BOLICK, Polkton, X. C. A.B.: Cornelian. 



REBECCA BOHANNON. Mrgilina, \'a.. .4.B.: 
Aletheian : Averett College ; Education Club ; Y. \\'. 
C. A. 



GERALDINE BOXKEMEYER. Greensboro. X. C. 



FANNY BOST, Newton, N. C, .4.B. History: Alethe- 
ian ; Baptist Student Union (1, 2. 3, 4). Council (2, 
3) : Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3. 4). Cabinet (3) ; Student 
X'olunteer (1, 2, 3, 4), President (3) ; Education Club 
(4). 



MATILDA BRAGG, Pinetown, N. C, B.SS.A.; Cor- 
nelian ; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) : St. ?^Iary's (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Education Club (4) : Soccer: Orchesis (4). 



WILLIE BOYD. Ayden, X. C. A.B. Art: Dikean : 
St. Mary's Vestry, Chairman (2, 3, 4), Vice-President 
(3, 4) ; Art Club (3, 4) ; Education Club (4). 



-MARY BRECKIXRIDGE. SummersviUe, ^^'. \'a., 
B.SS.A.: Dikean; French Club (1, 2); Chairman 
Senior Dance; House Vice-President (2). 



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VIRGINIA BRITTAIN, Asheboro, N. C, B.S.S.A.; 
Dikean; Education Club (4) : Square Dance Club (3) ; 
French Club (2): Society Contact ^lember (2). 



MARGARET BUNX. Henderson, X. C, A.B.; Adel- 
phian ; Choir ; Vesper Choir ; Education Club : Treas- 
urer of B.S.U. 



ESTHER :\rAY BROWN, Gatesville, X. C. .-i.B. 
Education : Cornelian ; Louisburg College : Education 
Club. 



LOUISE BURXETTE, Greensboro, N. C, B.S.HiE.: 
Cornelian: Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Chem- 
istry Club (2). 



MARJORIE BURGESS, Old Trap. N. C, A.B. 
Adelphian ; Louisburg College : Education Club ( 4 ) 
Botany Club (4). 



JULIA BUTLER, Savannah, Ga., A.B.: Dikean; 
Honor Roll (3) : Finance Board (3, 4) : ( )rchesis (4) ; 
Dolphin (1, 2. 3, 4); Dikean Treasurer (3): Jacket 
Committee (,2). 



JOSEPHINE BUTLER, Savannah, Ga., A.B.: Di- 
kean; French Club ( L 2, 3. 4) ; Dolphin (1, 2. 3, 4) : 
A.A. Cabinet (3, 4) : Honor Roll (2, 3) ; Class Presi- 
dent (4); -Marshal (3): Legislature (2). 



RUEL CAPEL, Greensboro, N. C, B.S.S.A.; Adel- 
phian; Carolinian (1, 2, 3) ; Coraddi Advertising Man- 
ager (41 ; Math Club (1) ; German Club (1.2); Honor 
Roll (2) ; Plavlikers (4). 




BROWN 
BUTLER 



BUXX 
JULI.\ BUTLER 



3URXETTE 
CAPEL 



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HER-MINE CARAWAY. Wadesboro. N. C. A.B.; 
Education Club ; Speaker's Club : Debating ; Wesley 
Players: French Club: X'irginia Interniont College. 



GRACE CARMICHAEL. Rowland, N. C, B.S. 
Music: Dikean ; Corresponding Secretary; Dikean So- 
ciety (1.2): Assistant Secretary College Choir (1,2); 
Chairman College Choir (4); Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); 
College Chorus (1) ; \'es])er Choir (1. 2. 3) : College 
Choir (2. 3, 4) ; Madrigal Club (2. 3| : Education Club 
(3, 4) : Y Cabinet (3, 4). 



EDXA CARPENTER. Durham. X. C. B.S.S.A.: 
Aletheian ; Square Circle (1, 2): Juninr- Freshman 
Wedding (3) : College Choir (3. 4) ; Education Club 
(3,4). 



NELL COBB, Lumber Bridge, X. C. A.B.: Dikean; 
Education Club (4); Zoology Club (2. 3, 4). Vice- 
President (4) : Botany Club (3. 4). 



TRAXXIE COBURX. Raleigh, 
Dikean : Meredith College. 



X. C. B.S. Musk 



DORIS COCKERHAAL Mount Airy, N. C. B.S.- 
S.A.; Aletheian: Class \'ice- President (1); Corre- 
sponding Secretary of Society (2) ; Intersociety Rep- 
resentative (3); President Aletheian Society (4): 
Math Club ( 1, 2, 3, 4) ; Secretary-Treasurer Math Club 
(3); Playlikers (1, 2, 3); Education Club (3, 4); 
Daisy Chain (2) ; Honor Roll (1). 



ETHEL CODY, Darlington, 
nelian : St. Mary's Club ( 1 ) 
Business Staff Carolinian : 
Needles. 



S. C, B.S.S.A.; Cor- 
; Honor Roll (2, 3) ; 
Business Staff I'iNE 



ETHEL COLE, Biscoe, X. C, B.S.H.E.: Dikean; 
Home Economics Club; French Club (2) : Soccer (3. 
4) ; Basketball (1, 3) ; Education Club (4). 



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AIATALINE COLLETTE. Advance. X. C, A.B. 
Chemistry; Dikean : .Mars Hill Junior College: Chem- 
istry Club (3, 4) ; Education Club (4) : Physics Club. 



ELIZABETH COPELAND, Marion, N. C, B.SS.A.; 
Adelphian; Choir (1, 2); Carolinian Staff, Reporter 
(2). Associate Editor: Y Cabinet (4) : Playlikers (2) ; 
International Relations Club (3, 4). 



ELIZABETH C( )OKE, Elorence, S. C, B.S.H.E.: 
Dikean; Playlikers (1, 2, 3, 4): Costume Mistress: 
\'ice-President Home Economics Club : Dormitory 
Social Chairman ( 4 ) : Society Nominations Chairman 
(4). 



MARY C. CCJRXWELL, Lawndale, X. C, A.B.; 
Adelphian; Mars Hill (1, 2) : Education Club (,3, 4j. 



L(JIS CORRELL, Cleveland, X. C, A.B.: Adelphian; 
Botany Club (2, 3. 4) : Education Club (3, 4J. 



KATHERIXE CROUCH. Stony Point. X. C, B.S.- 
S.A.; Dikean: Square Dance Club: Education Club; 
House \'ice-President ; Business Chairman A. A. 



AXXICE CRAWFORD. Wilson. X. C, B.S. Music: 
Aletheian ; Education Club ( 4 ) : Press Reporter Madri- 
gal Club (2) : President of Madrigal Club (4) ; College 
Choir (4) ; Librarian of College Choir (4) : Y. W. C. 
A. (2.3.4). 



AILEEX CROWDER, Lattimore, X. C. B.S.H.E.; 
Adelphian; Education Club; College Choir (1. 2, 3); 
Y. W. C. A. ; Home Economics Club ( 4 ) : House \^ce- 
President (1, 3). 




COOKE 
CRAWFORD 



COPELAND 
CROUCH 



CORNWELL 
CROWDER 



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CRI"TCH1-1 i:i, 
DENNIS 



HELEX CRUTCMFIELD, Greensboro, X. C, A.B.: 
Cornelian: Quill Club (2, 3, 4): Frencb Club (2) 
Treasurer Dav Students ; Editor, Coradili ( 4 ) . 



HELEN CrMjMIXGS, Guilford College, N. 
B.S.H.E. ; Dikean ; Home Economics Club. 



RUTH DEXXIS, :\IarshalI, N. C, BSS.A.: Adel- 
pbian: Education Club (4) ; Clogging Club (2, 3) ; Y. 
W. C. A.: Weslev Foundation Council (2, 3), \'ice- 
1 'resident. 



MARGARET De\'AXY, Norfolk, \'a.. B.S.M.: 
Adelphian : Freshman Commission ; Secretary Vesjjer 
Choir ; X'arsit}' Soccer ( 1 ) : House \'ice-President ( 2, 
3, 4); A.A. Cabinet (3); Vice-President Choir (3): 
^Marshal (4) ; House President (4). 



SARAH DALTOX, Xorton. \'a., A.B. Mathematics: 
.A.delpbian ; President Class ( 2 ) ; Sophomore Council 
(2): House President (3); Marshal (3): Chapel 
Committee ( 3 ) ; President .\delphian Society ( 4 ) : 
Corresponding Secretary Society; Physics Club (3. 4) ; 
Square Circle Club (1, 2, 3, 4) : Treasurer Education 
Club (4) : Legislature (3) : House \'ice-President (2). 



RACHEL DARDEX, Annapolis, .Md., A.B. Psychol- 
ogy ; Adelphian; St. Mary"s \ estry (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Edi- 
torial Board Carolinian (4); International Relations 
Club (4) ; Aljiha Kappa Delta Honorary Sociology Fra- 
ternity ( 4 ) . 



ALICE DICKINSON, Wilson, N. C, B.S.P.E.; 
Dikean; Secretary of Society; A.A. Cabinet; Or- 
chesis ; French Club : Home Economics Club ; Com- 
mittee Chairman Society ; Square Dancing Club. 

HILDA DOWDY, Durban, X. C, B.S.M.: Dikean; 
College Chorus (1) ; College Choir (3, 4) ; Y. W C. 
A. (1, 2, 3. 4) ; Baptist Student Coimcil (3). 



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ELIZABETH DRAKE, Scotland Neck, N. C. B.S. 
Music: Aletheian : Soccer (1, 2, 3, 4), IManager (2). 
Coach (2), \'arsity (2. 3): Gymnastics (1): Tennis 
(1); Choir (1, 2. 3, 4), X'ice-President (4). Accom- 
panist (3, 4): Legislature (3. 4): Point Committee 
(4); Honor Roll (3). 



ELIZABETH DUPUV. Greensboro. X. C. A.B.: 
Cornelian; Y. W. C. A.. Cabinet (2). Secretary (3), 
Vice-President ( 4 ) : Secretary Cornelian Society ( 2 ) : 
Student \'olunteer Group. President (2) ; Speaker's 
Club, Secretary (3), President (4): Physics Club, 
Secretary (3) ; Editor-in-Chief College Handbook 
(4) : Carolinian Staff ( 1, 2, 3 ) : Honor Roll (2. 3). 



EDITH EDMOXDSOX. Plymouth, X. C. B.S. 
.Music: Dikean : Choir l4): .Madrigal Club I 3). 



ELOISE EFLAXD, Efland, N. C, B.S.S.A.; Cor- 
nelian; Education Club (4) ; Daisy Chain (2) ; \'olley 
Ball (4) ; Orchesis (3, 4). 



HELEX ESPTELMAX, High Point. X. C. B..S.H.'E. 
Cornelian ; Home Economics Club ; French Club. 



KATHRYX ELLIS. Clayton. X. C. A.B.: Alethe- 
ian; Mars Hill College ( 1, 2) ; Education Club I 3, 4l. 



ESTHER ELY, Jasper, Ala.. A.B.: Cornelian; Aver- 
ett College ( 1 , 2 ) : Education Club : Hockey ; Field 
Ball : Y. W. C. A. 



BEL\'A FAR.MER, .Marshall, X. C, B.S.H.E.; Adel- 
phian ; Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4); French 
Club (2) ; Chemistry Club (3, 4) ; Clogging Club (2, 
3) ; Education Club (4) : Square Dance Club (3). 




DK.\KE 
ELLIS 



DUPUV 
ELY 



EDMONDSON 
ESHELMAN 



EFLAXD 
F.\RMER 



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MARY LEE FELMET, Asheville, N. C, A.B.: Di- 
kean; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) ; Education Club (4) ; ISilt- 
more College (1, 2). 



DOROTHY FITZPATRICK, Rougemont, N. C, 
A.B.; Aletheian ; Anderson College (1) ; Day Student 
(2) ; iMarshal (4). 



LOL'ISE FITZGERALD, Erwin, N. C. A.B. Eng- 
lish: Aletheian: Educatinn Club; French Club. 



ELIZABETH GANT, Burlington, N. C, B.S.S.A.: 
Adelphian : Salem College: \^ice House President (2) : 
Plavlikers (2, 3, 4): Cabinet (4): St. Alarv's Club 
(2,3,4). 



GLADYS GAMBLE, Savannah, Ga., A.B.: Dikean : 
Edgewood Park Junior College : Education Club ; 
Nice-President Hall Committee of House Offenses. 



EUGEXL\ GHiSON. Asheville, X. C. 



KATHERIXE GILBERT, Mount Airy, N. C..' B.S.- 
S.A.; Aletheian; Physics Club (1); Pine Xeedles 
(1); Carolinian ( L 2, 3, 4); House A'ice- President 
(2) ; Education Club (4) ; Y. W. C. A. 



AIARY LEE GARDXER, Warrenton, X. C, A.B. 
History: Aletheian: Campl)ell College (1, 2): Play- 
likers (3, 41 : Education Club (4) ; Mce House Presi- 
dent (4) ; Photo Editor Pine Needles (4). 



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ETTA .MAE C.ODWIN. Durham, X. C, .LB. Gram- 
mar Grade Education : Dikean ; Education Club ; liotany 
Club. 



JOSEPHINE GCJRHA.M, Rocky .Mount. N. C, B.S.- 
S.-L: Dikean; Swimming (1); Hockey (2); Dolphin 
(3,4): Education Club (3,4); Life Saving ( 3 ) ; Play- 
likers (4). 



JANE GOODWIN, Greensboro, N. C, BS.S.A.: 
Cornelian; I'la\'likers ; I'lXE Needles (3, 4); Caro- 
Unian Staff; \'. W . C. .\. (2); Committee Chairman 
Cornelian Dance (3l; Committee Chairman Junior 
Dance ( 3 ) ; Education Club. 



RL'TH GORHAM, llattlebor... N. C, A.B.: .Vdel- 
phian ; President of Y. W. C. A. (4) ; Ivlucation Club; 
Erench Club ; College Choir (2, 3 ) . 



JANET GRIFFIN, Rich Square, N. C. A.B. Educa- 
tion: Adelphian ; Botany Club (3, 4) ; Education Club 
(3, 4) ; Y. \V. C. A. (2, 3. 4) ; House \'ice- President 
(1, 2) ; French Club (2, 3) ; Pi.vE NeedlEs Staff (2, 
3); Editor-in-Chief (4); Wake Forest Summer 
School (2) ; Student Activities Committee (4). 



ELIZABETH GRIMSLEY. Council. N. C, A.B.. 
Adelphian; Pineland College (1, 2); Education Chil 
(4). 



ALLEINE GRLMES. Greensboro, N, C, B.S. Music: 
Aletheiain; College Choir (4); Education Club (4); 
Day Students' Advisory Board (2) ; Madrigal Club 
(3, 4), \"ice-l'resident (4). 



ELIZABETH GROX'ERMAN 
B.S.H.E.: Dikean; Home Economic: 



Georgetown, 
Club. 



S. C. 




R. GORHAM 
GROVERMAN 



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SYBIL GL'RLEY. Hendersonville, N. C. .-/.«. ; Cor- 
nelian; Coraddi Staff, Vice-President {2>) ; Oiiill Club: 
Education Club. 



SUSAX HAMLIX, Garden City, X. Y., A.B.: Cor- 
nelian: A. A. Cabinet (3. 4): Honor Roll (3): Judi- 
cial Board (4): President of St. Mary's Club: Clog- 
ging Club (2. 3): Orchesis (3, 4): Cornelian Dance 
Committee: Junior-Senior Dance Committee (3): 
President of Cornelian Society (4). 



SCOTT CAVYX, Mount Airy, X. C. B.S.S.A.: Ale- 
tbeian. House Nice-President: Education Club; Seal 
Club: Life Saver: Tennis Team (3) : Soccer (2). 



HELEX HAMRICK, Shelby, X. C, A.B. History; 
Dikean ; Education Clul) ( 4 ) . 



ELIZABETH HAXKS, Xew Bern, X. C, B.S.S.A.; 
Adelphian ; St. Mary's Junior College. 



WILMA HARDISOX, Arapahoe, X. C. B.S.H.E.: 
Dikean; Home Economics Club (3, 4): Education 
Club (4). 



MARY HAXKIXS. Kennersville, X. C, A.B.: Di- 
kean; \'ice House President ( 1 ) : French Club ( 3. 4 I : 
Education Club (3, 4). 



LYXXE HARRELL, Marshville, X. C, A.B.: Ale- 
theian: \N'ingate Junior College (1, 2) ; French Club: 
Education Club ; Y. W. C. A. 



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GRACE HARRIMAN. Asbury Park, X. J., A.n. 
Psychology : Dikean : Home Economics Chil) (2, 3. 4) ; 
Dolphin (1, 2, 3. 4): A. A. Cabinet (3, 4); \olley 
Hall \'arsity (2, 3 ) : Dikean Sports Day Chairman 
( 3 ) ; Senior Unmusical ( 4 ) ; Dikean Society Presi- 
dent (4). 



LILLIAX HASSELL, Jamestown, X. C. A.B.: Guil- 
ford College (1. 2, 3). 



AXNE HAYXES, Greensboro. N C. B.S.S.A.: 
Adelphian ; Marshal (3): \'ice-President Adelphian 
Society (4) : Junior Advisor (3) : Playlikers (4). 



REBECCA HARRISOX, Williamston, X. C. A.B.: 
Aletheian ; Salem College : Education Club ( 4 ) : Botanv 
Club (3, 4) ; Choir (3, 4). 



MARY HESTER, Greensboro, X. C. B.S.S.A.: 
Cornelian : French Club ( 2 ) : Day Student Advisory 
Board (1, 2, 3) ; Playlikers (4). 



FLORA HAYXES. Havs, X. C. 



MILDRED HELLEX. \'anceboro. N. C, A.B. Pri- 
mary Education: Dikean: Choir (4) ; Education Club: 
Mars Hill College. 



ETHALYX HICKS. Marion, N. C, A.B. Primary 
Education: Dikean: Playlikers ( 1. 2, 3, 4) : Education 
Club: Business Staff of Carolinian (4): Circulation 
Staff" of Carolinian ( 4 ) : Business Staff" of Pine 
XeedlES (4): Botany Club (4): Wesley Players; 
Weslev Foundation : Y. W. C. A. 




HARRIM.W 
F. HAYNES 



A. HAYNES 
HICKS 



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RUTH HILL, Greensboro, X. C, .4.B.: Adelphian : 
Orchestra ; Quill Club ; Playlikers ; Coraddi Staff ( 4 ) ; 
President of Day Students' Association (4) ; Business 
Manager of College Handbook (4). 

MARGUERITE HOLLAND. Lunil.cnon. \. C, 
A.B.; Aletheian. 



E\'ELYN JOHXS( )X, Roanoke Rapids, X. C. B.S.- 
S.A.: Cornelian: llcniur Roll (3): Education Cluh : 
Judicial Board; House Nice-President (3): Chairman 
of Chapel Committee ; College Choir ( 1 , 3 ) : Soccer 
( 3 ) : Carolinian Staff ; Circulation Manager of Caro- 
linian (4). 



ALETHEA HOUGH. Oak Ridge. X, C, B.S.S.A.: 
Dikean : Basketball (1); Tennis (1, 2): Education 
Club (3, 4) ; House Nice- President (3) : Chairman of 
Junior- Freshman Wedding (3); Chairman of Junior- 
Senior Dance (3): Marshal (4); House President 
(4): Carolinian (3, 4): Circulation Manager Caro- 
linian (4) ; Legislature (4). 



KATHRYN HOLLOWELL. Hobbsville. N. C, A.B.: 
Cornelian : Mars Hill Junior College ; President of 
Education Club (4) : V. W. C. A. (3. 4) ; Education 
Club (3. 4). 



RUTH HOLT. Graham, N. C. A.B.: Dikean: Lees- 
McRea Junior College; Education Club: \'. W. C. A.; 
House \ ice- President (3). 



BETSY HOLTON, High Point, N. C, A.B. Soci- 
ology: Adelphian; Sociology Club; Education Club. 



WILMA JOHNSON, Conway. X. C. A.B.: Alethe- 
ian; Education Club; Mars Hill Junior College. 



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SARAH JOHXSTOX. Mooresville. N. C. B.S. Mu- 
sic; Aletheian; St. Mary's Club (1. 2. 3, 4): Daisy 
Chain (2) ; House \'ice- President ( 3, 4) ; Botany Club 
(4) ; Hiking Club (2, 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) : 
French Club; Soccer (3. 4). 



DOROTHY JONES, Kinston, N. C, A.B. French: 
Cornelian ; Atlantic Christian College ; French Club 
(3, 4) ; Education Club (4) : College Choir (3. 4) ; Y. 
W. C. A. 



BESSIE KELLOGG, Sunbury, X. C, B.S.S.A.: Cor 
nelian. 



THELAIA KHJJAX. Asheville, X. C, .4.B. 
nelian ; .Mars Hill I 1, 2 ) ■ Education Club : Y. \\" 



Cor- 
C. A. 



HORTEXSE JOXES, Greensboro, X. C, B.SS.A.: 
Dikean ; Junior Orchesis (2, 3 ) : Business Staff of 
CaroHiiian. 



LILLLAX J( )RDAX. Hartsville, S. C, A.B.: Cor- 
nelian : Daisy Chain Chairman ( 2 ) ; Jacket Committee 
(2); Playlikers (3, 4): Secretary Orchesis (3. 4); 
Sociology Club (3, 4); Marshal (4): House Presi- 
dent (4). 



ELIZABETH KIXG, Annapolis, Maryland, B.SS.A.: 
Adelphian : Education Club (3, 4); Orchestra (1, 2, 
3) : Swimming ( 1) : House \'ice- President (4). 



.MARY H. KIXG, Greensboro, N. C, B.S.H.E.: Ale- 
theian ; Honor Roll ( 1 ) ; Physics Club ( 1) : I lome 
Economcs Club (1) ; Honor Roll (2, 3) ; Chemistry 
Club (2) : \'ice-President of Day Students; President 
Home Economics Club; Playlikers (4); Education 
Club (4). 




JOHNSTON 
KEI^LOGG 



D. JONES 
KILUAN 



JORDAN 
M. KING 



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KUHX I.KAVITT 

S. UKIC I.tKOY 



BRYTE KLUTTZ, Salisburv. N. C. A.R.: Dikean : 
Education Club ; Y. W. C. A. ; French Club. 



ROSEMARY KUHN, Greensboro, N. C. B.S.S.S. 
Dikean ; Speaker's Club ; Playlikers. 



CLARA KNOX, Hear Poplar. X. C. 



MERLE LEAMTT, Exeter, New Hampshire, J.R. 
Adelphian. 



AXNABELLE LEE, Fallston. N. C. A.B.: Aletheian ; 
Mars Hill College (1, 2) : Square Circle (3, 4) ; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer Square Circle (4); Education Club 
(4).' 



SIDNEY LEE. Clinton, X. C, BSS..-1.; Aletheian; 
French Clul) ; Educatiim Club. 



MARJORIE LEE, Oriental, N. C, B.S.S.A.; Dikean; MARGARET LeROY, Elizabeth City, X. C. .4.B.. 

House Vice-President (1); Y. W. C. A.; Clogging Aletheian: Square Circle (1, 2, 3, 4), President (4) 

Club (2); Carolinian (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Education Club; Chemistry Club (3) : Education Club (4) ; Honor Rol 



International Relations Club. 



(1.2). 



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MABEL LR'IXGSTOX, Laurel Hill, N. C, A.B. 
Dikean ; \'ice-President of Chemistry Club ( 3, 4) 
Math C4ub (2, 3, 4) ; Physics Club (3, 4). 



GLADYS LO\\'ERY, Wingate, N. C, A.B.; Dikean; 
French Club ; Education Club ; Baptist Student Union 
Council. 



LURA McCRACKEX. Asheville, X. C, A.B.: Adel- 
phian : Education Club: Mars Hill College (1, 2). 



ROSSELL MacDOXALD, Xorton, \a.. BS.S.A.: 
Aletheian; Averett College (1, 2); Education Club; 
Y. W. C. A. ; \'ice House President ( 3) ; Soccer, Field 
Ball. Basketball. 



JOSEPHIXE LUCAS. Greensboro. X. C, B.S.P.E.: 
Dikean ; Yice- President A. A. ( 3 ) : President A.A. 
(4) ; .Marshal (3) ; Hockey \'arsity ( 1, 2, 3) ; Basket- 
ball \'arsity (3) ; Clogging Club (2, 3, 4) ; Orchesis 
(3. 4): Chemistry Club (2); Secretary-Treasurer of 
Clogging Club (3) : Education Club (4). 



ALAL\ McCAIX. High Point. X. C. A.B. Sociology: 
Cornelian: Daisy Chain (2): Judicial Board (3); 
Treasurer of Cornelian Society ( 3 ) : Mce-President 
of Cornelian (4) ; College Choir (2) ; Honor Roll 
(3); Alpha Kappa Delta (3, 4): International Rela- 
tions Club ( 3. 4) ; Sociolog>' Club ( 3, 4) ; Chapel Com- 
mittee (4) : Education Club (4). 



DOROTHY .AL\cDOUGALD. Clarkton. X. C. A.B.: 
Cornelian : Peace Junior College ( 1 . 2 I : Y. \\'. C. A. : 
College Choir (3) : Education Club. 

ELIZABETH McEACHERX, Concord, X. C. A.B.: 
Adelphian ; Sociology Club : Y. W. C. A. : President 
Lutheran Student (3): Inter-Religious Council I 3). 




livixgstox 
Mccracken 



LOWERY 
MacDONALD 



LUCAS 
MacDOUGALD 



ilcCAlX 
McEACHERN 



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MARTHA AIcRAE, Charlotte, N. C, BS.S.A.; Ale- 
theian ; Freshman Commission ( 1 ) ; House Vice Pres- 
ident ( 1 ) ; French Chib ( 1) : Sophomore Y Cabinet 
( 2 ) ; Chaiiel Committee ( 2 ) ; Wesley Student Council 
(2, 3 ) : Eioard of Offenses ( 3 ) : Society Treasurer (3) ; 
Legislature (3); Finance Board (3); Society Dance 
Chairman ( 3 ) : Honor Roll ( 3 ) : Playlikers ( 4 ) : 
College Social Chairman (4) : Marshal (4). 

ANNIE MACKIE, Granite Falls, N. C, A.B. EngUsh; 
Adelphian ; Mars Hill Junior College (1, 2) ; Zoology 
Field Club (3, 4) : President of Baptist Student Union 
(4) ; Education Club (3, 4). 

MARIE MOORE, Washington, N. C, A.B.: Cor- 
nelian: St. Mary's Club (1, 2, 3, 4) : \'estry (3. 4j ; 
Clogging Club (3) ; Education Club, Secretary (4) ; 
Chairman of Program Committee of Cornelian Society 

(4). 

JANET MORRISON, Shelby, N. C, B.S.P.B.; 
Adelphian; Orchesis (3. 4); Education Club (3, 4); 
Soccer Varsity (2) ; Square Dance Club (3,4): Soccer 
Head (4) ; A.A. Cabinet (4). 



OLGA MALLO, Havana, Cuba. A.B.; Dikean : Vice- 
President Square Circle ; Intersociety Representative ; 
\'ice-President Sophomore Class : Education Club : 
Honor Roll (1, 2). 

SHIRLEY MELCHOR, MooresviUe, N. C, A.B. 
Biology: Dikean : Honor Roll (1, 2. 3) : Class Treas- 
urer (2) ; Judicial Board (4) : Honor Board (4) ; A.- 
A. Cabinet (2) ; Pine Needles Staff (2) ; Square 
Circle (1) ; French Club (L 2) : Zoology Field Club 
(2) ; Botany Club (3) ; Chairman Social Committee 
(4); International Relations Club, Secretary (3), 
President (4) ; Chemistry Club (3, 4). 

LAURA MORRISON, MooresviUe, N. C, B.S.S.A.: 
Dikean. 

ISABELLE MOSELEY, Kinston. N. C. B.S.H.B.: 
Adelphian : Home Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4 ) , Pub- 
licity Chairman (4): Baseball (1); Legislature (.4): 
Orchesis (3) : Physics Club (2, 3, 4) ; Marshal (4) : 
Summer School House \'ice-President : Education 
Club (4). 



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MRGIXIA MOSELEY, Kinstcjn, N. C, B.SS.A.: 
Dikean ; \''ice- President of Class (3): \'ice-President 
of Education Club (4). 



RACHEL MOWER. Newben 
Aletbeian ; Coker C(jlle.t;e ( 1 ) 
Vice-President (4). 



. S. C, A.B. History: 
Marshal (4) ; House 



RACHEL MOSER. Greensboro. N. C. B.S.H.E.: 
Adelphian ; Home Economics Club (L 2. 3. 4), Secre- 
tary (2) : N'esper Choir (L 2) ; College Choir (2. 3, 
4); President of Day Students Council: President 
Lutheran Student Association : (jerman Club ( L 2 ) . 



MARTHA NESniTT. Fairview. N. C. A.B.: Adel- 
phian; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4) : Sociology Club (3. 4) ; 
I'.iltmore College (1. 2). 



^L\RY XLXX. New Bern. X. C. B.S.S.A.: Adel- 
phian: \'ice-President of Sophomore Class (2) : Presi- 
dent of Junior Class : Finance Board (4) : Daisy Chain 
(2); Plavlikers: Student Activities Commission (3). 



FLORENCE NELSON. Xcw Britain. Conn., B.S.- 
P.E.: Dikean: Playlikers (1. 2, 3, 4) : Clogging Club 
(2, 3, 4) : Volley Ball (1,2): Orchesis (3. 4) ; Cheer 
Leader ( 4 ) : Hockey \'arsity ( 3 ) : Square Dance Club 
(2) : Athletic Association ( L 2, 3, 4) ; Education Club 
(4) : Hockev (1, 2. 3. 4). 



GRETCHEN OS BORN, Guilford College. N. C. 
A.B. Sociology: Aletheian : Appalachian State Teachers 
College (L. 2) ; House \'ice- President (3). 



^L•\RY PATE. Rowland. X. C. B.S. Music: Alethe- 
ian: Choir (L 2) ; \'es])er Choir (1, 2). 




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POWELL PKITCIIARl) 



AILEEN PENDLETON, Hendersonville. N. C. 
B.S.P.E.: Aletheian; Basketball Alanager (2) : Secre- 
tary A. A. (3. 4): Treasurer Senior Class (4); Or- 
chesis (3, 4) : Education Club (4). 



IRENE PHRYDAS, Greensboro, N. C, A.H.: Adel- 
pbian (1, 2): German Club (1); Chemistry Club (3. 
4) : Zoology Field Club (4). 



AlARGARET PERRY, Waynesville, N. C, A.B. 
Cornelian ; Milligan College. 



CYNTHIA PIPKIN, Greensboro, N. C, B.S.S.A.: 
Adelphian. 



ALICE POE, Raleigh, N. C, A.B.: St. Mary's (1, 
2) : Aleredith College (3). 



LUCY POWELL, Whiteville, N. C, A.B.: Adelphian: 
House Vice-President (1) ; French Club (3, 4) : Edu- 
cation Club (4) : Adelphian Dance Committee (3). 



HELEN POOSER. Gibson, N. C, A.B.: Adelphian; GLADYS PRITCHARD, Elizabeth City, N. C. A.B.: 

Education Club (3, 4); Clogging Club (2); Young Aletheian: Botany Club (3, 4): Education Club (3, 

Voters Club (L 2). 4) ; Zoology Club (3, 4). 

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CAROLYN PROUT, f Wings, Md., B.S.S.A.: Cor- 
nelian: Edncation Club (3, 4); Marshal (4); Soccer 
(3) : A.A. Cabinet (3, 4) : Tennis (2. 3, 4) : X'olley 
Hall ( 1 ) : Treasiu'er Junior Class (3). 



LAURA ALICE REED. Winston-Salem. N. C. .4.B.: 
Cornelian: French Club (1. 2, 3, 4): A.A. (1, 2. 3. 
4) : Committee of Offenses (1) ; German Club (2. 3) ; 
College Hostess (4) ; Junior Advisor ( 3 ) : Y. W. C. A. 



LILLL\N PL'GH. Xew Rochelle, Xew York, A. 
Cornelian: Education Club: Honor Roll. 



RUTH REID, Harmony. N. C, BSS..I.: Adelphian : 
\'ice House President (3, 4) : Education Clul) (4). 



GRACE REYXOLDS, Xew York City. A.B.: Adel- 
phian; Botany Club (3, 4) ; Physics Club (3. 4) : Caro- 
Unian Staff (4): Education Club (4): \'esper Choir 
(1 ) : Columbia S.S. (1). 



MARIE ROBERTS. Bahama. X. C. A.B.: Adel- 
phian: Physics Club (2. 3). President (4) : Chemistry 
Club (3), Treasurer (4) : Y. W. C. A. (3) : A.A. (i, 
2.3.4). 



HELEX ROBERTS. Candler. X. C. A.B.: Adel- 
phian : Education Club ( 4 ) : Mars Hill College ( 1 . 
2) ; Botany Club ( 3. 4 ) : Y. \\". C. A. ( 3. 4 I. 



FLOREXCE ROBIXSOX. Greensboro. X. C. A.B., 
Cornelian: Honor Roll (3): Education Club (3, 4) 
Botanv Club (4). 




PROUT 
REYNOLDS 



PUGH 
H. ROBERTS 



REID 
ROBINSON 



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SAINDERS 



KoVALL 
SAVAGE 



KVAX 
SCARP.oROrC.H 



SAXUKKS 
SCIILDSSER 



WILLIE REE ROLLIXS. Hickory, X. C, A.B.: 
Cornelian : Art Club : Educati(}n Club ( 4 ) . 



ALICE RVAX, East Hampton, Mass., J.B.: Cor- 
nelian: French Club ( 1. 2, 3. 4) ; Chemistry Club (3, 
4): Education Club (4); Nice House President (4). 



LETHA ROYALL, Salemburg.X.C, A.B.: Aletheian; 
French Club (3) ; Education Club (4) : Y. W". C. A. 
(3): Pineland College (1.2). 



MARY XEIL SALXDERS, Rocky Mount. X. C. 
BS. Music: Aletheian: College Choir i 1. 2, 3. 4) 
N'esper Choir (2): College Cheer Leader (4): Clog- 
ging Club (2) ; Dormitory Social Chairman (3). 



-MARY ELIZAliETII SAXDERS. Roxboro, X. C. 
B.S. Music: Cornelian; College Choir (1. 3. 4) : Cicr- 
man Club (1); ^ladrigal Club (2. 3. 4): Education 
Club (4) ; House President (4) : Marshal (4) ; I'oint 
Committee (4J. 



DAPHNE SA\AGE. Xorfolk. \a.. A.B.: Cornelian: 
College Choir (2. 3. "4) : Swimming Team (3) : -Tennis 
Team ( 3 ) : Class Treasurer ( 2 ) : House President 
(4); Sociology Club (3, 4): Alpha Kappa Delta (3, 
4); Caroliniun Staff (2. 3): Legislature (4): Point 
System Committee (3, 4). 



LUCILE SCARIUiROL'GH. .\nnapolis. Maryland 



WILFRED SCHLOSSER, Greensboro, X. C, B.S.- 
S.A.: Cornelian; Greensboro College (1, 2); Play- 
likers (4). 



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E\'A MAE SCOTT. Lucama. N. C, B.S.S.A.: Add- 
phian; Education Club (4) ; PiXE Needi.ES Staff (4) : 
CaroHnian Staff (4). 



.MARY SHEPARD, Liberty, X. C. 



CORRVE SHORES. Spartanburg. S. C. B.S.S.A.: 
Aletheian ; Coker College (1. 2) ; Education Club (4). 



DOROTHY SHERWIX. Greensboro. X. C. A.B. 
Clicinistry: Dikean ; Chemistry Club (2. 3. 4). Secre- 
tary-Treasurer (3), President (4); Physics Club (1, 
2. 3, 4), Vice-President (3). Secretary-Treasurer (4) ; 
Education Club (3, 4) : Clogging Club (3) ; Basketball 
(1). 



AUDREE SHORE. Cycle. X. C, A.B.: Cornelian: 
Education Club (4) ; Y. W. C. A. (4) ; Long Beach 
College ( 1 ) . 



DOROTHY SIL\'ERA[AX. ^b:,rristo\vn. Xew Jersey. 
A.B.: Adelphian: Speakers Club (4| ; Honor Roll (3). 



MILDRED SHUMATE. Charlotte. X. C. A.B.: Ale- 
theian : Education Clul) ( 4 ) : Square Dance Club ( 2. 
3, 4) : Basketball (2. 3. 4). 



ERLEAN SLOOP, Mooresville. X. C. A.B.: Adel- 
phian : College Choir I 1 ) ; College Chorus ( 2 ) ; Chem- 
istry Club ( 3 I ; French Club ( 2 ) : Education Club ( 4 ) . 




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STKWART 



SliI,()M( IX 
STRICKI.ANI 



DOROTHY SMITH, Pikeville. N. C, B.S.H.B.: Cor- 
nelian, Home Economics Club (3, 4) ; Education Club 
(4). 



GERALDINE SPINKS, Raleigh, X. C, A.B.: Ale- 
theian ; House President (3); Marshal (4); \ ice- 
President Student Government ( 4 ) . 



GLADYS SOLOMON, Fort \'alley. Ga., B.SS.A.; 
Aletheian ; Speakers Club (4); L'niversitv of Ga. (1, 



MAUDE STEELE, Wagram, N. C, A.B.: Dikean ; 
Education Club (4) : A.S.T.C. Boone (1,2). 



JLLIA STEWART, Clinton, N. C, B.S.S.A.: Adel- 
])hian : College Choir (3, 4) : Pineland College (1, 2) ; 
Dormitory Social Chairman ( 4 ) . 



P.VTRICIA STL'RDR'AXT. Marshville, X. C, .4.B. 
Aletheian; Education Club (4) : Y. W. C. .\. (3. 4) 
House Vice-President (4i ; W'ingate CuUege (1.2). 



MAXIXE STRICKLAXD, Stedman, X. C. A.B.: 

Cornelian: \esper Choir (1); Education Club (4): LEXORE S\VAIN, Asheville. X. C. A.B.: Cc 

College Chorus (1, 2). nelian; Education Club (4) ; French Club (2). 

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BULL'S SWIFT. .Montezuma, N. C, A.B.: Dikean 
Honor Roll (1. ?>): Business Manager Coraddi (4) 
Y. Cabinet ( 1 ) : Treasurer Student Government ( 2 ) 
Treasurer of Class ( 1 ) : Carolinian Staff ( 1 ). 



NAXCY TALBERT, Rock Hill, S. C. .l.B. 
nelian. 



Cor- 



.^^LDRED SWIFT, Red Bank. Xew Jersey. A.B.: 
Aletlieian : Soccer ( 1, 2. 3. 4) ; Judicial Board (3, 4) ; 
Tennis ( 1. 2. 3. 4i ; President French Club (4) : Little 
French Club (3. 4): Secretary of Playlikers (3): 
Carolinian Staff' (2, 3). 



EX'ELYX TART. Dunn. X. C. B.S.P.E.: Aletheian : 
Clogging Club (2. 3, 4), \'ice- President (3). Presi- 
dent (4): Orchesis (2, 3, 4): Playlikers (2. 3, 4): 
Treasurer Aletheian Societv (4) : A. A. Cabinet (3. 4). 



KATHRYX TATE, ^^'ichita, Kansas, B.S. Music: 
Aletheian; Freshman Commission (1): College Choir 
(1. 2. 3, 4) ; X'esper Choir (2) : Orchesis (3, 4). 



W'lLLA TOWNE. Stanford, Conn., B.S.H.R.: Di- 
kean; Y. Cabinet (2, 3) ; House Vice-President (2) : 
Honor Roll (1) : Home Economics Club (L 2, 3. 4). 



JL'XE TORIAX, Asheville. X. C. .LB.: Aletheian; 
St. Genevieve of the Pines (1, 2) ; Art Club; Educa- 
tion Club ( 4 ) . 



SARAH TRICE, Fayetteville, X. C, .4.B.: Dikean; 
Playlikers (1, 2); Botany Club (2, 3, 4); Education 
Club (4) ; Y. W. C. A. ( 1. 2. 3. 4 ) ; Tennis ( L 2). 




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UROUHART 
WAKKFIKLD 



\-ICTOR 
De W. WARD 



\TXCAXXON 
M. \V. WARD 



JUSTINE ULLRICH, Mt. Clemens, Alich., B.S.S.A.: 
Dikean ; Class President ( 2 ) : V. \V. C. A. Council 
(2), Cabinet (2. 3); Playlikers (2. 3, 4); Business 
Manager (3) ; Masqueraders (3, 4) ; Daisy Chain (2) ; 
Student Activities Committee (2, 4 ) : Secretary Stu- 
dent Government (3), President (4); Judicial Board 
(3, 4) : Administrative Board (4) ; Chajiel Committee 
(4j. 



KATE URQUHART, Woodville, N. C, A.B. Eng- 
lish: Dikean; Freshman Commission (1): A. A. Cab- 
inet (2. 3) ; Pine Needles Staff (1, 2) ; Quill Club (2, 
3, 4) : Honor Roll (1, 2) ; Carolinian Staff (1, 2, 3, 
4), Managing Editor (3), Editur-in-Chief (4): Base- 
ball (1, 2, 4) ; Hockey (2). 

JOSEPHINE WAGXER, West Chester, Penn., BS.- 
S.A.; Dikean; Duke University ( L 2) ; Pine Xeedles 
Staff (4). 



KATHLEEN WAKEFIELD. Guilford, N. C. A.B.: 
Adelphian. 



LILLA X'ICTOR, Savannah. Ga., A.B.: Aletheian ; 
Orchesis ( 1, 2, 3, 4), Secretary-Treasurer (2) ; Honor 
Roll (1, 2) : French Club (1.2); Alpha Kappa Delta. 



HAZEL \L"XCAXX()X. EUerbe, X. C, A.B.: Adel- 
phian; Y. W. C. A. (3. 4); Education Club (3. 4): 
French Club (3). 



DE WILLA WARD, Whitakers, X. C, B.S.H.E.: 
Cornelian; Home Economics Club (2, 3, 4) ; Education 
Club (4). 



MARY WILLIAMS WARD, Burlaw, X. C, A.B.: 
Aletheian; Botany Club (3, 4); Zoology Field Club 
(4) ; Education Club (4). 



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AXXE WATKIXS, Salisbury, X. C. B.SS.A: Cor- 
nelian : Marshal ( 3 ) : ( )rchesis ( 3. 4 ) ; Dolphin ( 3, 4 ) : 
Education Club (3, 4) ; Plavlikers (4). 



RL'TH WEITZEL, Manheim. Penn.. A.B.: Aletheian : 
Education Club (4) : Speakers Club ( 1. 2, 3) : Junior 
.\dvisor (3) : Secretary Junior Class: Aletheian Dance 
Committee (3), \'ice-President (4). 



AXX WHllER. Statesville, X. C, A.B.; Adelphian ; 
College Choir (3, 4): Education Club (4). 



ELIZABETH WENZ. Asheville, X. C, B.SS.A. 
Aletheian: Carolinian Staff (4): German Club (1) 
Y. \V. C. A. (1. 2, 3,4). 



SARAH WHITESIDE, Rutherfordton, X. C, B.S.- 
S.A. : Cornelian. 



ROWEXA WILKIXSOX, Whiteville, X. C. B.S.- 
P.E.: Dikean: Education Club (3, 4): A.A. Cabinet 
(4) : Square Dance Club (3, 4), President (4). 



ELIZABETH \\-ESTER\'ELT, Hempstead, X. Y.. 
B.S.P.E.: Dikean: House President (4| : A.A. Cabinet 
(4) : Orchesis (3. 4) ; Clogging Club (2. 3) : Square 
Dance Club (2, 3). 



I'.ETSY WILLIA.MS, Xew Bern, X. C. A.B.: Adel- 
phian: Y. \V. C. A. (1. 2); Treasurer of Y. (2): 
Legislature (2) : House President (3) : Judicial Board 
(4) : Honor Board (4) : .\..\. (2, 3. 4) : Dolphin Club 
( 1 . 2. 3. 4 ) : Playlikers ( 1 . 2. 3, 4 ) . Stage Manager ( 3 ) . 
I'roduction Manager (4) : Masc|ueraders (3, 4). 




WATKINS 
WHITESIDE 



WEBER 
WESTERVELT 



WEITZEL 
WILKINSON 



WENZ 
B. WILLIAMS 



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E. WILLI. \Mf 
WISWALL 



F. VVILLLXMS 

wrriiKRsrnoN 



R. \VILLL\MS 



WIXSPKAR 

VUNKER 



ESTHER WILLIAMS, Wilmington, N. C. A. 
Aletheian. 



REBECCA WILLIAMS. Monroe, N. C, A.B. His- 
tory: Adelphian: Y. W. C. A. (3, 4) : Edncation Clul) 
(4) : Wintjate College ( L 2). 



FAE WILLIAMS, Stokesdale, N. C, B.S.H.E.: Cor- 
nelian : Education Club (4) ; Home Economics Club 
(4). 



ELIZABETH WIXSPEAR, Buffalo, N. Y., A.B.: 
Cornelian: \'ice- President (4): Quill Club President 
(4) : Legislature (3) : Class Secretary (2) : Caroliiiiaii 
Staff (,\ 4) : Coruildi (2, 3, 4). 



MARTHA WISWALL, Asheville, X. C, A.B.: Cor- 
nelian: Honor Roll (3) ; Botany Club (4) : Cbemistry 
Club (4) : Zoology Club (3, 4)' 



JAXK WoML'.LE, Greensboro, N. C. B.S.H.li.: Di- 
kean : llonie Economics Club (1, 2, 3, 4): German 
Club (1,2): Junior Advisor. 



MARIE YOUNG, Canton, N. C, A.B.; Cornelian: 
Mars Hill College (1,2): Education Club (3, 4). 



AL\RY WITHERSPOOX, Murphy, X. C, A.B.: 
Cornelian ; Honor Roll ( 1 ) : Y. W. C. A. ; Playlikers 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Education Club (3, 4) ; Botany Club. 



MILLY YL'NKER, Springfield, :\Iass., B.S.S.A.: Cor- 
nelian: House \'ice-President (1): Soccer ( 1, 2, 3. 
4) : Tennis (3) : Life Saving (1) : Jimior Sbop Man- 
ager (3) : Class Secretary (4) : German Club (1. 2) : 
Honor Roll (1) ; Archery (2). 



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JUNIOM CLASS 



OFFICERS 



\'lVIAN ROTHACHER 

President of Junior Class 

LiLLYAx ^Miller 
I'icc-Prtwidnil 

'Sl.\K\ lloiXE'l' 

Secretary 

Ruth W'escott 
Treasurer 



IN'GRAHAM 



CRITTEXUEX 




koTIIACHEK 



.Miss Hei.Ex Ixgraiiam 
Cliainiiaii of Junior Class 

AijcH Elizabeth Crittexden 
Mascot of Junior Class 




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ABBITT 
ARCHIBALD 
K. AYCOCK 



ABBOTT 
ARNETT 
AVERS 



\c.\i-;w 

A VERY 
BAISE 



APl'LEBAUM 

i;. AYCOCK 

BARNES 



Jean Abbitt Wilson, N. C. 

Lucy Abbott Winterville, N. C. 

Flora Adams, Dillon, S. C. 

Mary Agnew Detroit. Mich. 

Gertrude ApplEbaum Huntington, N. Y. 

M.\RY Archibald Concord, N. C. 

Georgl\ Arnett , , Greensboro, N. C. 

Hazel Barnes 



Gladys Arney 
Ruth Avery 
Elizabeth A^■cocK 
Katherine Aycock 
Ruth Avers 
Muriel B.mlEv 
Pauijne I'.mse 
TavlorsviUe. N. C. 



Morganton, N. C. 

Selma, N. C. 

Fremont, N. C. 

Selma, N. C. 

. Pine Hall, N. C. 

Zebulon, N. C 

Reidsville, N. C. 



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UARKiri'T 


I:ATE^L\^" 


ISATTE 


lilCAKIl 


BEASLEY 


HELL 


HEN'TDX 


UlElilC.HEISER 


11 LA K I- 


BLAXD 


BONEV 


CRIST(JL 


BROCK 


BROOKS 


C. BROTHERS 



Frances Barrett 
Laura Bateman . , 
Sue I'.atte 

Edith Beard 

AIarv Fuller Beasley 
Helen 1!ell 
Ruth Benthx 



Kinstdii. X. C. 

Culunibia, X. C. 

Cimciird. X. C. 

Charlotte, X. C. 

Henderson, X. C. 

. . ]\rooresville, X. C. 

Elizabeth City," N. C. 

Calena Brothers 



IxA BiEBiGHEiSER Reynolds, N. C. 

Catherine ISlake Emerson, X. J. 

Frances Bland Pittsboro, N. C. 

Mary Boney \\ilmington, N. C. 

Sarah Bristol Statesville, X. C. 

Ida Brock Elizabeth City, X. C. 

\'h<cinta Brooks Monroe, X. C. 

Rockv Mount, X. C 



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AIargAUET r.R(.)Tilt:KS 
MAKCUliKITK IlKdWICR 

TiiRLJrA Bkvan 

S.VRAH liURDGE 

Betty Caldek 
Bern'ick Caleahan 
Heeex Camden 



Rocky Mount, N. C. 
Siler City, N. C. 
Roseboru, N. C. 

Red Bank, X. J. 

Springfield, Pa. 

Rutlierfordton, X. C. 

Lynchburg, \'a. 

Gertrude Ceark 



Jacouelixe Cameron 
Edith Cakdwele 
Catherine Carpenter 
Katiierin'E Causey 
Jane Chadwick 
Lucille Cuandlkr 
Hester Chrisman . 
High Point, N. C. 



Lexington, N. C. 

Elk Park, X. C. 

Cherryville, X". C. 

Liberty, X. C. 

Schenectadx', X. Y. 

Broadway, X. C. 

Holcomb Rock, \'a. 




M. BROTHERS 


IJROWER 


BRYAN 


BURDGE 


CALDER 


CALLAHAN 


CAMDEN 


CAMERON 


CARDWELL 


CARPENTER 


CAUSEY 


CHADWICK 


CHANDLER 


CHRISMAN 


CLARK 



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CLAY 
COOPER 
CREECH 


clein 
corxell 

cressox 




click COBURN 

COX craver 

CROSLAXD CRTMP 


CONNOR 
CREAN 

CUMMIXGS 






ELIZABETfl ClAV 


Oxford. 


X. 


C. 




Geralihxe Cox 




Robersonville. 


X. 


C, 


Revie Cleix 


Cireensburu, 


X. 


C. 




Alt A Mai-; Ckax'ER 




, . Lexin.gton, 


X. 


c. 


Sauah Click 


Elkin, 


X. 


C. 




Fraxces Creax 




Xew llritain. 


Conn. 


RoSIXA COBURN . 


Raleigh. 


X. 


c. 




D(>R()TH\- Creech 




Smithfield, 


X. 


c. 


EinvixA Cox.xoR 


Chandler. 


X. 


c. 




Fa\e Cressox 




Lenoir, 


X. 


c, 


Katiierixe Cooper 


Raleigh. 


N. 


C. 




AxxE Croslaxi) 




I'.ennettsville. 


s. 


c. 


Nettie Chrxell 


Asheville. 


N. 


C. 




Sarah Crump 




Sun1)urv, 


X. 


c. 




Elizabeth Cummixgs 




High Point. X. 


C. 









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Fraxces Cctiibertsox 

LiAKBAKA CUTHKELL 

Faxnie 1])axiel 
Lewis Daxies 
Catmerixe Ua\is 
Elizabeth Davis 
Grace Dwis 



.Monrut. X. C. 

Goldsboro. X. C. 

Wilson. X. C. 

Augusta, Ga. 

Charlotte. X. C. 

Pikeville, X. C. 

Tobaccoville. X. C. 

Louise Eller 



Lexa Davis 
Slocumb D.wis 
IsciLAxn I.^eT'Oe 
.Mariux Dicksux 
Elizabeth Dotgek 
Edxa Douglas 
Judith Eller 

Charlotte. X. C. 



YounysN'ille, X. C. 
Dunn. X. C. 
Greensboro, X. C. 
High Point, X. C. 
Charlotte. X. C. 
High Point. X. C. 
Greensboro, X. C. 




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CUTHBERTSOX 


CUTHRELL 


IiAXlKL 


DAVIES 


C. DAVIS 


E. DAVIS 


G. DAVIS 


L. DAVIS 


S. DAVIS 


DeBOE 


DICKSO.X 


DOTGER 


DOUGLAS 


J. ELLER 


L. ELLER 



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ELLIOTT 
FONDREN 
GAMBLE 


EUIJAXK 

foster 

GARLAND 




FARMER feimster 
FOWLER FULTON 
GASKINS GATHINGS 


, FLEET 
FULTZ 

GIBSON 






Ruth Elliott 


Hertford, 


N. 


C. 


Minnie Fowler 




Hickory, 


X. 


c. 


Elizabeth Eubank 


Scots Hill, 


N. 


c. 


\'iRGiNiA Fulton 




Walnut Cove, 


N. 


c. 


Lennis Farmer 


Greensbdro, 


X. 


c. 


Mary Fultz 




Lexington. 


i\. 


c. 


Bess Feimster 


Newtun, 


X. 


c. 


Eileen GajiblE 




Savann; 


:ib. 


Ga. 


Catherine Fleet 


Greensboru, 


, N. 


c. 


Bernice Garland 




r.akersvillc. 


X. 


C. 


Doris Fondren 


Greensboro 


. N, 


. c. 


Dorothy Gaskins 




x\sheville. 


X. 


C. 


Helen Foster. 


AslieviUe, 

Helen Gibson , 


N. 


c. 


Edna Gathings 
Lumberton, N. 


C. 


Pageland, 


s. 


C. 



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RuTii Gill 
Marjokie Glexn 
^^[RL^^^ GoonKiar 
Jean Graham 
Rett\ Gr[FFin 
Hattie Pearl Grissette 



Kittrell. N. C. 

Marion. X. C. 

Davidson, X. C. 

, Rowland, X. C. 

Rocky Monnt, X. C. 

\"aldese, N. C. 



Caroline Hagy Tmboden. \'a. 

Selma Hart 



Alma Hall 

Helen Hall 
N'iRGiMA IIall 
EvELi'N Hammond - 
Louise Harris 
\'irginia Harris 
\"iRGi\rA Harrison 
Norfolk, Va. 



Xew Bern, X. C. 

Woodsdale, N. C, 

Oxford, N. C. 

Rowland, N. C. 

Farmville, N. C. 

Farmville. N. C. 

W'illianistun, X. C. 




GILL 


GLENN 


GOODRUM 


GRAHAM 


GRIFFIN 


GRISSETTE 


IIAGY 


A. HALL 


H. HALL 


V. HALL 


HAMMOND 


L. HARRIS 


V. HARRIS 


HARRISON 


HART 



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IIASKINS 


HAYES 


HEATH 


B. HEFFNER 


M. HEFFNER 


KXHERSON 


IIENDRICK 


HENDRIX 


HENRY 


HERRING 


HEWETT 


HIGHSMITH 


HOBBS 


HODGES 


HOFF^rAX 



El^IZABICTH HaSKINS 

PiM Hayes 

[Iarrhct Heath 
Bernice Heffxer 
Mary Heffner 
Crystal Hexdersox 
Pattie Hexdrick 



Siinimerfield, N. C. 

Freniunt, X. C. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Alaiden. X. C. 

Hamlet, X, C. 

Lumberton, N. C, 

. NorUna; X. C. 

ExGLE PIOFFMAX 



.Margaret Hendrix 
Abbie FA^• Hexrv 
Hazel IIerrixg 
\'iRGixL\ Hewett 

JULL\ HiGHSMITH 
COXR.VDE HoBBS 

^[ \i;Tn A 1 b):iGES 

Mount Airv, N, C. 



Asbevllle, X. C. 

Waynesviile, X. C. 

Goldsl)oro, X. C. 

W'ihninL'ton, X. C. 

Durham, X. C. 

Sunlniry, X. C. 

Lexiui'tiin. X. C. 



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Iris Howell 
Makie Hudxell 
I'.ETTv Hunt 
RrTit IvEv 
Edith Jacksox 
E\ELvx Jacksox 
LiLLiAx [acksox 



Troy. X. C. 

Rciyal, X. C. 

\\'ilniington. X. C. 

-Mmmt Olive. X. C. 

Franklinton. X. C. 

Edenton. X. C. 

Greensboro, X. C. 

Louise Jordax 



JosEi'HixE James 
Sauah J arkett 
Ri'Tii Jexkixs 
Cakolixe Jdiixes 
Camiela Joiixsox . . 
Elizabeth Joiixsox 
Clarice Joxes 

Teaneck, X. J. 



Purcdlvilk'. Ya. 

Anflrews X. C. 

Franklinton. X. C. 

Freeh.,l<l. X. J. 

Siler City, X. C. 

Xorth W'ilkesboro. X. C. 

Tiniberlake, X. C. 




HOWELL 

EVELYN JACKSOX 

JOHNES 



HUDXELL 

LILLIAX JACKSOX 

C. JOHNSON 



HUNT 

JAMES 

E. JOHXSOX 



EDITH JACKSOX 
JEXKIXS 
L. JORDAX 



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M. JDRDAX 

KKRXODLK 

LANDEN 



JUDD 
KLEEMEIER 
LAXDRETH 



KATZ 
KtJEMLER 
EAUDER 



KINXEY 

I.AMBERTH 

I). LEWIS 



Marion Jordan . . 
Frances Judd 
Hannah Kaeeam 
LlEIJAN Katz 
Marjorie Kinney 
E\'EEVN KernodlE 
Heeen Kleemeier 



Elizabethtown, N. C. 

\'arina, N. C. 

Pleasant Gardens, N. C. 

Morganton, X. C. 

Charlotte, X. C. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Greensboro, X. C. 

DoRoTin' I^EWis 



Mildred Knox Bear Poplar. X. C. 

Seema KoehlER Albien, Pa. 

Alice Lamberth Jonesboro, X. C. 

K.vTHERiNE Landen Chinquapine. X. C. 

Martha Laxdreth Greensboro. X. C. 

Jean Lassiter Spring Hope, N. C. 

Kathleen LaudER Riiffin. X. C. 

. . Asbury Park, X. J. 



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Helex Lewis Ransonville, N. C. 

Margaret Lewis Wendell, X. C. 

Elizabeth Liees Garland, N. C. 

Elizabeth Link Mount Pleasant, N. C. 

A[artha Lofti.x Gastonia, X. C. 

Hortexse Long Tobaccoville, N. C. 

Julia Lovelace Macclesfield, N. C. 

MoxTiEN McKaugiiax 



Lois Lowder 

ISlair LvlE 

Belle McBee 
Xaxcv .McCall 
M\RTiE McCaskill 
\'irgixia McChesxev 
Joyce McGlohon 
Greensl)oro, X. C. 



. . .Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Keysville, \':i. 

Spruce Pine. X. C. 

Xorton, Va. 

East Rockint^diam, X. C. 

Gastonia. X. C. 

Grifton. X. C. 









H. LEWIS 


M. LEWIS 


LILES 


LIXK 


LOFTIX 


loxg 


LOVELACE 


LOWIIER 


LVLE 


McBEE 


McCALL 


McCASKILL 


McCHESNEY 


McGLOHON 


McKAUGHAN 



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McKEE 


MacMULLIN 


McNEELY 


MACKIE 


MEHAFFEY 


MASHBURN 


MASTERS 


G. MATTHEWS 


J. MATTHEWS 


S. MATTHEWS 


MAUNEY 


MAYER 


MAYFIEUD 


MEEKS 


MEYEROWITZ 



Jane McKee 
Gwendolyn MacMulein 
Marie McNeely 
AIiedred Mackie 
Margaret Mehaffey 
Mildred Mashburx 
Lelah Nell Masters 



Milwaukee, \\ is. 

Raniseur, X. C. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Yadkinville. X. C. 

Hickory, N. C. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Greensboro-. N. C. 

Gladys Meyerowitz . . . 



Geraldine AIatthews 
JA.xE Matthews 
vSara Matthews 
AIautha Maunev 
Agnes Ma\er 
Katherine Ma\ field 
\"n.:GiNL\ Meeks 
Belhaven, N. C. 



DurhanL N. C. 

Matthews, X. C. 

Randleman, N. C. 

Linc<ilnt(in, X. C. 

Newberry, S. C. 

. , NorUna, X. C. 

Rockv Mount. X. C. 



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.MAk\- MiDDLETdX 

LILL^■.\^• Miller 
-Margaret Mills 
Artiiealia Mitchell 
Elizabeth Mooue 
Martha r^IooRE 
Xaioma MdiiRE 



Walnut Cove. X. C. 

Conccird. X. C. 

Scotland Xeck. X. C. 

Winston-Saleni, X, C. 

Graham. X. C. 

Statesville. X. C. 

Marshville. X. C. 

Dorothy Oli\'ER 



Fka.nces Muselev 
Julia Moselev 
Marietta Muller 
Frances Mijllicax 
Marie Xeikirk 
Xax Xorwixe 
Rachel Xve 

, Marietta. X. C. 



La Crosse. \ a. 

Kinston. X. C. 

Dillon. S. C. 

Walnut Cove. X. C. 

Charlotte, X. C. 

Flat River. Mo. 

Favetteville. X. C. 




middletox 


MILLER 


MILLS 


MITCHELL 


K. MOOKE 


M. MOORE 


N. MOORE 


I-. MOSELEY 


J. MOSELEY 


MULLER 


MULLIGAN 


NEIKIRK 


XORVVINE 


NYE 


OLIVER 



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rvr^ 




OLSEX 
PEARSALL 
PELLETIER 



N'lKGiMA Ulsen Chattanuuga, Tenn. Golda Peedin Selnia. X. C. 

Eleanuk Paine Xewpurt. \ ermunt Adei.E PeelE Laurinburg. X. C. 

Margaret Palmer Charlotte, N. C. Lina Joe PeeLE Lewiston, X. C. 

Grace Parker Raeford, N. C. Mary P>arker Pelletier Alayesville, X. C. 

Florence Parks Lenoir, X. C. HelEXE Person Pikeville, X. C. 

Flora Pearsall Greensboro, X. C. Elizabeth Phillips Spruce Pine, X. C. 

Elizabeth Pedex Fayetteville, N. C, Harriet Pixxer Peak, S. C. 

Douglas Plonk Kings Mountain, X. C. 

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Helen Pointer Blanche. X. C. 

Rosalie Polk Rockingham. X. C. 

EvELVx F\)LiAKoFE . . Kinston, X. C, 

Anne Price . . , Spartaninirg, S. C. 

Ylia Puig Greensboro, N. C. 

Melba Quinn Magnoha. X. C. 

Elnora Raife Roxboro, X^ C. 

Julia Root 



Frances RedFERn Peachland. X. C. 

Elinor Reece Springfield, Mass. 

I'.i.izABETi! Reeves . , .Sanford, X, C. 

EniTii Ritchie RichfieUl, X. C. 

Chloe Roberson Robersonville, X. C. 

Elizabeth Robinson Matthews. X. C. 

Rebecca Rogol \\'i!listi)n, S. C. 
Pittsfield, Mass. 




pointer 


POLK 


POLIAKOFF 


PRICE 


PUIG 


QUINN 


RAIFF 


REDFERN 


REECE 


REEVES 


RITCHIE 


ROBERSON 


ROBINSON 


ROGOL 


ROOT 



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ROSS 


IMTHACIII.'; 


SAWA i:k 


SCHMIDT 


SETTE 


.HAXKLK 


C. SlIAW 


M. E. SHAW 


SICMAX 


SISK 


SLOAX 


SLOor 


n. SMITH 


J. SMITH 


\'. SMITH 



LvxDEi.i. Ross 

\"l\'IA.\ RoTHACIIEK 

Xaxcy Hall Sawyer 
Elaine Schmidt 
Marie Sette 

AIaky Elizabeth Shan'kle 
Cakliitta Shaw 



Hamlet. X. C. 

Longnieadnw. Mass. 

Elizabeth City. X. C. 

riainfield, X. J. 

Jackson Heights. X. Y. 

^hjunt Gileail. X. C. 

Richlands,' X. C. 

\'lRGIXIA SlIITU 



^[ARv Sliz.vbeth Shaw 
K.vTinnx SiGM.w 
AxxiE Howard Sisk 
Miriam Sloan . 
.\nnie Louise Sloop 
Doris Smith 
Jlanita Smith 
Greensboro, N. C. 



llroadway, X. C. 

Xewtim. X. C. 

liehiiont. X. C. 

Greensboro. N. C. 

Mt. UUa. X. C. 

Kernersville, X. C. 

Whiteville. X. C. 



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AlmEda Sxvdek 


W 


instcin-Salem. 


X. 


C. 


Mann A II Steele 






Statesville. 


X. c. 


RoSEMAUV SxNI'Ei; 




West l-awn. 


I'a. 


(a\i;N Sti:c,all 






Marshvillf. 


X. c. 


Frances Sdwele 




Greensbiiro. 


X. 


C. 


Sarah Stewart 






I'inehurst 


, X. c. 


Lrcv Si'iXKS . 




Raleish, 


X. 


c. 


LllRENA Stkoiim 






Annapiili 


s, Md. 


Ax.ME Lee Spoon- 




r>iirlin.!:;ton. 


X. 


c. 


Edith Surratt 






\\ arsaw. 


X. c. 


Elizabeth Starnes 




W'ashin.ijton, 


D. 


c. 


Margaret Swain 






Creswell. 


X. c. 


Sara Steagall 




Maruen. 


X. 


c. 


Susan Swett 






Southern Pines. 


, X. c. 




Ann 


:ABEr,i,E Tart 






Dunn, 


X. 


C. 








A. SNYDER 


R. SNYDER 


SOWELL 


SPINKS 


SPOON 


starnes 


STEAGALL 


STEELE 


STEGALL 


STEWART 


stroiim 


SURRATT 


SWAIN 


SWETT 


TART 



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TATUM 


THOMPSON- 


THOMSON' 


TOLER 


TRCITT 


TYSON 


UZZELtE 


WALTERS 


A. WATKINS 


P. WATKINS 


WATTS 


WESTCOTT 


WHAI.IX 


WHITE 


WIIITEIirRS'l' 



\'iRGiNiA Tatum Raleigh. X. C. 

K\THi<\x Thompson Richmond, \'a. 

Darbaka Thomson Spartanburg, S. C. 

Dorothy Tolek Ruck)- .Mount, X. C. 

Frances Truitt Greensburo, X. C. 

Margaret Tyson Georgetown, S. C. 

Elizabeth UzzellE Durhanr, X'. C. 
Margaret W'hiteuurst 



Alice W alters 
Alyne Wat kins 
Penelope Watkins 

Edith \\'atts 

Ruth Westcott 
Ruth W'halin 
Margaret White 
. . Xew Bern. N. C. 



Greensljnro X. C. 

Anch'ews, X. C. 

Henderson, X. C. 

Huntingtim, X. Y. 

AnnaiJiiHs, Md. 

Middleboro, Kv. 

Durham, X. C. 



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]\r\Rv Whitley 

JosEi'iiixE Wiley 
May Ste\"Exs Wiley 
Nellie \\'illetts 

ClIARLdTTE WILLIA^LS 

Helex A\'illiams 
Mary Willia^fson 



Bli Hint's Creek, N. C. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

IVyn -Mawr, Pa. 

Winnabow. X. C. 

. Faison, N. C. 

Kings Miiuntain, N. C. 

Turkey, X. C. 

Frances \\'omble 



LoETTA Willis Greensboro, N. C, 

IIelEx Wilson Lynwood, X. C. 

JfXE WiLSox Wanamassa, X, J. 

\'iRGixiA \\'iLSON Asheville, X. C. 

Louise Wixgate - Charlotte, X. C. 

Mary \\'itiiers Davidson, X. C. 

\\'iLMA Wolfe vSwannanoa. X. C. 

Greensboro, X. C. 




WHITLEY 


J. WILEY 


S. WILEY 


WILLETTS 


C. WILLIAMS 


EL WILLIAMS 


WILLIAMSON 


WILLIS 


H, WILSON 


J. WILSON 


V. WILSOX 


WINGATE 


WITHERS 


WOLFE 


WOMBLE 



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\V1 )III.ARn 



WciRMSICR 



Rachel W'ikjlakd 
Adriexne W'or.mser 



Ruck)- Mdunt. X. C. Prances Yerger 

Xew York. X. Y. Xa.\c\' Young 

Helen Zeock Mt. Penna. Pa. 



Shoemakersville. Pa. 
Xewton. X. C. 



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ORES 



CJ[937 PinE riEEDLESJD 



SOPHOMOBE CLASS 



OFFICERS 

Emily Harris 
President of Soplwmore Class 

Mary Ellen Harrison 
1 ice-President 

Elizabeth Snyder 
Secretary 

Dorothy Rosseland 
Treasurer 




Miss Bernice Draper 
Cluiirman of Sophomore Class 

Hami'Tox Teague 
Mascot of Sophomore Class 




HARRISON 



ROSSELAND 



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First rozv: Adams, Albkigmt, Aldrich. Ai^lex, Altshulkr, Axdoe, Andrews. 
Second r(nv: Axtho.w. Adkixsox. Austix, Avcock. BaileiE, Oaix, Daxks. 

Third roic: Barksdale, Ijarnes. IJieman. Beck, Berger, Bernard, Best. 
I-oiirtli row: B.ethea, Bizzell, Blades, Blaxchard, Baedersox, Boelixg, Bonham. 

Fifth row: Book, Bostick, Bowman, BrabbeE, Bradeev. Braxton, Brick. 

^7.i7/( roz^r Brixklev, K. Browx, .M. E. Brown, Buchaxax, Buxch, Buxdv, BylERLV. 



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First rozc: r.uRDGES, Burford, Burxside. Caldwell, Callahan, Carter, Caxxox. 

Second roii': Carey, Carrotiiers, Cartwright, Carthrex. Chamblek. Chambers, Click. 

Thin! roic: Clixe, Cuchraxe, Cole, CcjxstablE, Couke. Calxhexam, Cowherd. 

Fourth rozc: Coykexdall, Ckoft, Crawford, Crockett, Crowell, CrumpleR, Currix, 

Fifth ro7c: Dale, X. Daxiels, E. Daxiels, L. Dardex, M. Dardex. Dees. Delbridge. 

Si.vth roiv: DExXxis, Dibble, Dozier, Draughton, Dukes, Duxlar, Duruy. 



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First ro'iv: Dzvo.xchik. .M. L. Edwards, \'. Edwards. Elev. Elkins, Ennett, Exdfield. 
Second roic: Epps. P). Everett, J. Ex'ERETT, AI. EvERETT. Fairbanks. Feutress, Fields. 
Third roi^': Ficker. Fixcher, Finklestein. Fisher. Flowers. Floyd, Foy. 
Fourth roi^<: Freelaxd, Fl'rk, Galbkeath, Gallawav. Garxer, Gault, Gill. 

Fifth row: Gilliam, Godwin, Gradeck. Gray, Greexburg, Green, Gyles. 

Sixth row: Hafer. Hayxes, Hall, Hamilton. Hargett, Hargrove. Harris. 



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^Hpi m^ ^i^P 


^ 



First rozv: Harrison, Harvvard, Heidinger, Held, Helms, E. Hendeksox, II. Henderson. 
Second row: M. Henderson, Hewitt, L. Hill, M. Hill, Hobbs, Hobgood, Hobson. 
TItird r(w: Holland, Holmes, Horn. Hornadav, Horner, Howard, Howell. 
I'niirth roiv: Hunt, Hurdle, D. Hutchinson, L. Hutchinson, Idal, Irwin, James. 

/•////; rozv: D. Johnson, M. AI. Johnson, M. Jones, S. Jones. Jordan, Josev, Joyner. 

Sixth rozv: Kaplan, Keister, KellEk, Kerchner, Kikek, King, KohlER. 



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First row: Kolman, Koonce, Korngay, A. Lanier. E. Lanier, La Spena, Laws. 
Second row: Leach, Lee, Leon.-vrd, E. Levine. W. Levine, Caroline Lewis, Claudaline Lewis. 
Third row: LiLES. Lindsay, Life, Little, Littleeield. Livingston, Lloyd. 
I'onrth ro'cv: Lapp, Lon'E. Lawrance, Lucas, McAdajis, McAllister, McBrayer. 

Fifth rozv: McCabe, McLaughlin, McClain, McKnight, McLean, McLendon, McManaway. 

Sixth rozv: McMilan, Maguire, Mallonee. Manget, ^L\nn, Marston, Martin. 



CJ937 PmE OeedlesJI) 










First rozv 

Second roK 

Third roti' 

foiirtli row 

Fifth row 

Si.vtJi roii. 



Marshburx. Maltix, .Mekritt. Mewborx, Murborx, Michael. Miciii.ix. 

AIiEEs. Alms, ^riTCHELL. JXIoox, A. Moore. 15. Moore. C Moseeey. 

M. MosELEv, MosEi.Ev. AFi-RDOCK. ?%IuRrHv. B. Meyers. R. Meyers, Xewsome. 

NiBEOCK, Norwood. Nowele, Oriioxd, Overman. Owen, E. Parker. 

AI. Parker, R. Parker, Patrick. Patterson. Pearson. Pease. Pelton. 

B. Phillips, E. Phillu's. M. Phillips, Piatt, Pinnix, Pospisil, Pl.vver. 



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First rozi.' 

Second roTC 

Third rozi 

Fourth roil 

Fifth ro7> 

Sixth rozi 



Powell. Povxor. Prixdle, Purvis, Pl'txam. Pyen'. Oi'ixx. 

Ray, Reagax, Rea\is, Rehm, Retleu. Richard.sox, Robertsox. 

RoBixsox, Rogers, Rosselaxd, Rosexthal, Rctha, Rudd, Sage. 

Seibert, Suxdstrom, Sellers, L. Sharp, B. Sharpe, G. Sharpe, Shaw. 

Sheakex, Shoae, Shephard, Silbiger, Shuford, Simpsox, M. Smith. 

P. Smith, S.mithermax, E. Syxder, H. Svxder, Southard, Spaixhour, Spruill. 



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First rozc: Stanlkv, E. Staxtox. M. Staxtox, Steele, Stephexs. Stoker. Strawn. 
Second rem'.- Sturkev. Suitt, Swaix, Taplix, B. E. Taylor, J. Taylor, INI. E. Taylor. 
Third row: Teague, Thomas, K. Thomasox. M. Thomason, Tolar, Trimble. Tripp. 
Fourth row: Truesdell, Truitt. Tl'RbervillE, Turxer, Toutex. TyleR, TyndalE. 

Fifth roiv: D. Tvsox, N. Tysox, Umstead, Upchurch, \'ann, \'easev, \'exxing. 

Sixth row: Hazel Walker, Hilda Walker, ^^'ARREx, Watsox, Watts. Weeks, Westbrook 



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First roic: A\"estcott. V.'hartox. Wiiittaker. Whitehead, Whitley. Wiggins, E. Wilkixsox. 
Second roz<.': E. P. \\"ii,kixsox, \\'ixkexsox, Williams. Wii.sox, Wixbourxe, Wixslow, \\'olfe. 
Third roi^': Woodsdx. A. Wright. M. Wright, Ziel. 



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sell Ai:i'i:i; 



CHAXGAKIS 



FEESHMAN CLASS 



Mk. James Paixtek 
Cliairnian of freshman C lass 



OFFICERS 



SurHIE SCHAEFEK 

Aeice Suiter 

Christine Chaxgauis 
Celia Hall 



... President 
Vice-President 
. Secretary 
. Treasurer 



Abel, Anna 
Abernethy, Margaret 
Adams, Martha 
Adams, Pearl 
Akers, Ann 
Alexander, Janet 
Allen, Jane 
Allen, Janet 
Alvcrson, Virginia 
Ambrose, V'irginia 
Ammons, Bertha 
Anderson, Blanche 
Anderson, Rebecca 
Anderson, Sarali 
Andrews, Jeanne 
Anthony, Christine 
Armstrong, Jeannelle 
Ashby, Letitia 
Atkinson, Tula Xell 
Anstin, Sarah 



Avery, Emma Sliarpe 
Backer, Edith 



Bailey, Lenjila 



Barksdale, Beverl 
Barnes. Lois 
Barnes, Sarah 
Barnwell, Ruth 
lielinknff, Harriet 
Bell, Dorothy 
Bell, Eleanor 
Benton, Margaret 
Benton. Xell 
Berliner, Miriam 
Biederman. Esthe: 
Bissette, Camilla 



Black, Kate 
Black, Margaret 
Blackwelder, Dorothy 
Blair, Elizabeth 
Boaz, Betty Lou 
Boger, Virginia 
Boles, I'auline 
Bornstein, Ruth 
Elizabeth 



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Boyette, Charlotte 
Bradford, Jane 
Brady, Hilda 
Branie, Hazel 
Brawley, Nan Lynn 
Breckinridge, Jean 
Bretney, Dorothy 
Brickhouse, Mvra 
Briggs, Olive 
Bright, Rachel 



Britt, Dorothy 
Britten, Kathrvn 
Brock, Dorothy 
Brodt, Mary Evelyn 
Bronsun, Mary Jean 
Brooks, Geraldinc 
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orothy 
Elizabeth 
wn, Barbara' 
wn, Dorothy 
Jlarjor 
Martha 



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Browne, Na 
Budd, Mary Dell 
Bundy, Eleanor 
Burns, Betty 
Burrows, Rachel 
Busch, Eleanor 



Bycrly, Helen 
Caddell, Mable 
Caldwell, F 
Carlton, Mary 
Carmen, Joy 
Caroon, Elicia 
Carter, Ruth 
Cecil, Virginia 
Cely. Jean 
Chadwick. Ruth 
Chaffee, Margaret 
Chaffin, Helen 
nblee, Joyce 



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Chance, Virginia 
Changaris. Christina 
Childs, Annette 
Church, Elizabeth 
Clark, Elizabeth 
Clark. Marguerite 



Clegg, Christine 
Clein, Bernice 
Clifton, Louise 
Clutts, Betty 
Cobb, Evelyn 
Cohen, Helen 
Coleman, Mildred 
Coley, Dorothy 
Coley, Mary 
Conkling, Louise 



Vir„- . 

Cooke, Maureen 
Coonev, Jean 
Covington, Mari 
Cox, Dorothy 
Cox, Marian 
Covkendall. Mui 
Craft, Louise 
Craft, Pauline 
Craver, Virginia 




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Crawley, Irene 
Crook, Carolyn 
Crookes, May 
Croom, Leah 
Crotty, Ruth 
Cushwa. Annette 
Cuthrell, Barbara 
Caniel, Edith 
Darden, Gertrude 
Davenport, Florence 
Davidson, ilav 
Davis, Cornell 
Davis, Grace 
Davis, Louise 
Davison. Elizabeth 
Dawson, Katherine 
Day, Mary 
DeBoos, Marjorie 
DeGroot, Marian 
Dennis. Dorothy 
DeVault, Lena 
Dewey, Jean 
Dickinson, Marjorie 
Dickson, Carmelita 
Dimmette, Marie 
D'Lugin, Evelyn 
Doggett, Talulah 
Dowd, Carolyn 
Dunlap, Roberta 
Dunlap. Winifred 
Dunn. Xancv 
Dunn. Selma 
Durham. Celia 
Dzvonchik. Nadia 
Edgerton. Sara 
Edwards. Elizabeth 
Edwards. Frances 
Edwards. Virginia L. 
Efird, Wilhelmina 
Efland. Maxine 
Elev. Anne 
Ellington. Mary 
Ellis. Elizabeth 
Ellis. Grace 
English. Katherine 
Estfan. Mae 
Evans. Margaret 
Eaison. Margery 
Farmer. Margaret 
Fick. Florence 
Fields. Pauline 
Fincher. Frances 
Finkelstein. Paulvne 
Fisher. Marian E. 
Fisher. Virginia 
Flanagan. Elsie 
Flanagan. Helen 
Forester. Helen 
Fox. .\nne 
Free. Mildred 
Fretz. Ruth 
Frve. Marv Ruth 
Fuller. Julia 
Fuller. Kathrvn 
Gallagher. Marjorie 
Gallowav. Marion 
Galumbeck. Phvllis 
Gatling. Nina 



Gay, Mary Taylor 
Gaylord. Virginia 
Gentles. Avril 
Gilbert. Rebecca 
Gilkeson, Helen 
Gillam. Bessie 
Gilliliand, Janie 
Gillmore. Alta 
Gillmore. Ruth 
Glaser. Louette 
Godbv. Maurine 
Goldman. Myrtle 
Goldsmith. Helen 
Goodnight, Etheleen 
Goodwin. Esther 
Gordan, Katherine 
Gordan. Margaret 
Gore. Josephine 
Goslen, Annie Maud 
Gould. Marie 
Gradeck. Viola 
Graham. Agnes 



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Gray, Eula 
Gray. Margaret G. 
Greenwood, Shirley 
Greeson. Evelvn 
Griffin. Altea' 
Griffin. Cleda 
Griffin, Ellen 
Griffin. Katharine 
Grimes. Gertrude 
Grodin, Beverly 
Groner, Janet 
Grubbs. Elizabeth 
Guv. Bettv 
GuVer, Lois 
Hacknev. Frances 
Hall. Celia 
Hall, Frances 
Hall. Sarah 
Ham. Xancy 
Hammond. Angela 
Hammond. Thelma 
Hardee. Roberta 
Harding. Grace 
Harding. Sonia 
Hardwicke. Pauline 
Harloe. Eleanor 
Harrell. Miriam 
Harrv. Teannette 
Hartley. Frances 
Hartman, Margaret 
Hartsook. Jean 
Harward. Frances 
Haugh. Mildred 
Hawkins. Marv F. 



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Haves. Ellen 
Havman. Beatrice 
Hege. Marv Ellen 
Held. Fannette 
Hemphill. Emma 
Hendrvx. Dorothv 
Henlev. Dorothv 
Henry. Lois 
Herbert. Dorothv 
Herring. Eloise 



Herring, Jane 
Hewitt, Lillian 
Heyward. Betsy 
Higgins, Mary 
Hill. Lula Kate 
Hobson, Jean 
Holman. Kathrvn 
Holmes. Mary 
Horner, Eleanor 
Horton. Blanche 
Hourwitz, Evelyn 
Howard. Betsy 
Howard. Carol 
Howard. Elinor 
Howard. Genevieve 
Howell, Evelyn 
Howell. Virginia 
Hoyle, Jeane 
Hudson. Louise 
Hugg. Barbara 
Huffaker, Ethvl 
Hughes, Claire 
Hughes. Marv F. 
Hughes, Mary L. 
Hunnicutt. Elizabeth 
Hunt. Barbara 
Hunt. Elizabeth 
Hunter. Virginia 
Hutchinson. Barbara 
Hutchison. Mary L. 
Imberman, Ruth 
Ingram, Frances 
Tackson, Henrietta 
■Johnson. Merla 
Jones. Annie Vivian 
Kanipe, Dorothy 
Kaulback, Helen 
Kaulback. Shirley 
Kearns, Mary \\'ade 
Keller, Sara 
Kellogg. Josephine 
Kelly, Martha 
Kendall. Margaret 
Kennette, Margaret 
King. Eunice 
King. Martha Gene 
Kinl; 
Kinl; 



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jory 



Kinsev. Eugenia 
Kirkman. Ruth 
Kirstein. ,\lma 
Kiser. Frances 
Klein. Jennie 
Knox. Annie Lee 
Koehler. Dorothy 
Koonce. .\nnie L. 
Koonce. Marv 
Kornblut. Esther 
Krall. Margaret 
Krug. Natalie 
Lahn. Muriel 
Lamm. Kate 
Land. Jessie 
Lane. Virginia 
Langdon. Josephine 
Lansche. Margaret 
LaSpina, Jenny 



Lassiter, Mary 
Lathrop, Ruth 
Lecreiner, Elizabeth 
Lewis, Elizabeth 
Lewis, Helen 
Lisk, Ruth 
Lohr, Mabel 
Londner, Esther 
Lopp, Sarah 
Love, Bobby lean 
Lovell. Dorothy 
Loving. Grace E. 
Lylerly, Elizabeth 
Lyon. Virginia 
McAllister. Nancy 
McArthur. Elisabeth 
McBane. Margaret 
Mc Bride. Rebekah 
McBrvde. Kathleen 
McBryde. Marv 
.McColIum.MargueriK 
McDaniels. Elizabeth 
McDonald, Sarah 
McDowell, Alice 
McFadven. Lena 
McGaUiard. Anne 
Mclver. Hazel 
McKee. To Ann 
McKnight. Katherine 
McLean. Barbara 
McLean. Martha 
^IcLean. Rosemarv 
McMillan. Annie R. 
Mc.Millen, Peggy _ 
McNeill, Emma King 
McNeill. Margaret E. 
McNeill. Marion 
McNeill. Theresa 
McQueen. Marv 
McRae. Mary Lou 
^labery. Margaret E. 
Manget, Martha 
Mann. Lillian 
Marks. Dorothv 
Marks. Jennie ' 
Marshburn. Christine 
Martin. Catherine 
Martin. Martha Lee 
Matheson. Deane 
Matlock. Ora C. 
Mathews. Dorothea 
^Matthews. Louise 
Maye. Laura Love 
Meroney. Louise 



Morrison. Mary G. 
Moser. Margaret 
Moss. Lynette 
Moss. Ruth 
Mueller, Amie 
Mues. Elsie 
Munday. Sue 
Murphy, Mary E. 
Xachman. Ruth 
Nelson. Lillian 
Xew. Doris 
Newsome. Ernestine 
Noel. Jean 
Xolen. Lorene 
Okell, Marion 
Mary 



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Miller. Frances 
Miller. Lucile 
Miller. Marv Beatrice 
Miller. Millicent 
JHms. Charlotte 
Mitchell. loan 
Mize. Martha 
Moore. Mary Byrd 
Moore. Nell 
Moose. Ellen 
Morgan. Elizabeth 
Morgan. Rubv 
Morris. Rubv 



Owens. Bovd 
Pagan. Thelma 
Palmer, Eleanor 
■Palmer. Isabel 
Palmer. Ruth 
Pardo. Sarah 
Pardue. Clara 
Parker. Oma Lee 
Parkman. Jane 
Parks. Lucille 
Patterson. Dorothv 
Payne. Myrtle 
Pearson. Minora 
Pegram. Dorothy 
Pendleton. .Mice' 
Penland. Pauline 
Person. Anne 
Pertain. Dorothy 
Pettigrew. Elizabeth 
Pettigrew. Genevieve 
Pike. Anne 
Piper. Marion 
Pittman. Thelma 
Plonk. Martha 
Pope. Fallie 
Pople. Ruth 
Porter. Lois 
Potter. Kathleen 
Powell. Valerie 
Powers. Mary E. 
Prestwood. Martha 
Prine. Alta 
Pruden. Marilvn 
Pullv. Rose 
Purdv. Roberta 
Qua. Muriel 
Railey. Anna 
Rappoport. Rosalie 
Rarden, Jane 
Rash. Jane 
Rav. Florine 
Redding. Marv 
Redmond. Marv C. 
Reed. Nola 
Reynolds. Helen 
Rhodes. Bessie 
Riback. Tanice 
Richardson. Edna F 
Richardson. Helen 
Richardson. Margare 
Ritter. Virginia 



Rives. Mary Irma 
Roberson, Emeline 
Robinson, Eloise 
Roeg. Blanche 
Rogers, Geraldine 
Rogers, Virginia 
Rose, .\nnie Lea 
Rosenbaum, Miriam 
Ross, Eleanor 
Rouse, Joyce 
Rudd. Edith 
Rudd, Mary Dell 
Rudder, Mary Sue 
Russell, Marguerite 
Saltman, Kathlyn 
Sanders, Evelyn 
Schaefer, Sophie 
Schoellkoph, Dorothy 
Schoen, Bettv 
Schultz, Madelyn 
Scott. Cora Lea 
Scott. Edna 
Screen. Robbie 
Sears. Bartrie 
Seawell. Sara Frances 
Severson. Ruth 
Sharp. Carrie E. 
Shaw. Florence 
Shell. Winnifred 
Sheppard, Sarah 
Sherard, Adell 
Sherrill. .^nn 
Sherron. Corrina 
Shoaf. Charlotte 
Shuford. Inez 
Sigman. Patricia 
Simmons. Mary 
Sircom. Alice 
Smith. Annie 
Smith, Edith 
Smith. Eloise 
Smith. Erma 
Smith. Evelyn 
Smith. Juanita 
Smith. Mabel 
Smith. Mamie Grace 
Smith. Margaret 
Smvth. Beatrice 
Snow. Ella 
Snow. Theresa 
Snowden. Madeline 
Snyder. Hilda 
Spaulding. Louise 
Speros. Helen 
Spruill. Mary Jane 
Spruill. Sara 
Spruill. Virginia 
Squires. Medie 
Stanton. Catharine 
Staton. Maude 
Sterling. Virginia 
Stevens. Altha 
Stevenson. Evdvn 
Stine. Ruth 
. Strauss, Anita 
Stringfield. Thomasin 
Suiter. Alice 
Suitt, Edna 



Summers. Ruth 
Sundstrohm. Sylvia 
Sutton. Elizabeth 
Sutton. Mary Page 
Sutton. Mary Ruth 
Swanson. Marjorie 
Sweeney. Sue 
Sykes, Pearl Lindley 
Tallev, Alice 
Talley, Rebecca 
Tandy, Betty Lloyd 
Tales, Nettie 
Tavlor. Margaret 
Teague, Edna Louise 
Thomas, Eleanor 
Thompson, Elise 
Thornston, Jeannette 
Tillighast. Anne 
Tingle, Nellie 
Toler. Margaret 
Tomlinson, Dorothea 
Tomhnson, Eileen 
Tomlinson, Mildred 
Tucker, Naomi 
Tupper, Jovce 
Turner. Edith 
Turner. Estelle 
Twittv. Bess 
Uhl. Barbara 
L'sher. Alma 
Vance. Josephine 
Vinson, Julia 
Walton, Frances 
Warren, Florence 
Watson. Mary Lane 
Way. \'irginia 
Weeks. Mary .Mice 
Weinger. Ruth 
Wellington. Ruth 
Westmoreland. Joyce 
White. Elizabeth 
White. Emilv 
White. Genevieve 
Whiteside. Sara 
Whitley. Helen 
Whitley. Kathryne 
Wilkinson. Virginia 
Willetts. Nellie 
Williams. .Audrey 
Williams. Dorothy 
Williams. Joan 
Williamson, Myrtle 
Wilson. June 
Wimbish, Christine 
Winslow. Packv 
Wise. Betty 
Wolfe. Elizabeth 
Wolfson. Minna 
Worthington. Nannie L. 
Wrenn. Kathrvn 
Wright. Catherine 
Wright. Glanmore 
Wunsche. Evelyn 
Wvatte. Margaret 
Wygant. Helen 
Yates. Nancy 
Zervigon. Paola 
Ziel. Jean 




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COMMEKCIAL 
CLASS 



OFFICERS 

Doris Eley 
President 

Margaret Scott 
Tiee-President 

George M Joyce, R.S.. M.S. 
Director 





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Alspaiigh, Annie Hill 
Archibald. Katherine 
Balsley, Dorothy S. 
Band, Lorraine 
Barefoot, Josiphine 
Beale, Frances Adelia 
Bell, Adda C. 
Bender. Bertha Lena 
Bennett, Julia H. 
Benton. Mildred 
Berbert. Frances 
Bergen. Alice Sheila 
Betts, Carol 
Bishop, Elizabeth 
Bishop, AL\rion 
Bland, j\L\rgaret 
Bland, IMews 
Blanton. Kathryn 
Bobbitt, ^L\ry Eleanor 
Boger, ^Myrtle E. 
Bondurant, Lucy 
BosTiAN, Alice Virginia 
Boyd. Esther Earle 
Bradley, Fannie 
Brenner. Bessie 
Briggs. ALargaret 

BrITTON. ^L^RTHA 

Brooks, Lucy Neal 
Brooks, Nellie 
Brown, Mary Anna 
Brown, Rebecca 
Bryan, Maude Johnson 
Bulluck. ^Lwis L. 
Burch. Esther 
Burgess, Sadie 
Calvert, Angelene 
Cansler. Mildred 
Cantey. Carolyn 
Carr. jMildred 
Carter, Millie 
Casstevens, Anne 
Cheek. ^L\RTHA 
Cheek. >L\ry Helen 
Clark, Anna Ruth 
Clark. Jennie 
Clark, ^L^ry Everett 
Clymer. Dorothy ^L^y 
Coats, AL^ry Louise 



Cochrane. Ella F. 
Colhard, Dorothy 
CoNNELL. Ruby 
Cooke. Christine 
Cooke. Sarah 
Coon. Helen Virginia 
Cooper. Marjory L. 
Corn WELL, Margaret 
Correll, Elizabeth 
Cox, Blair 
Cragan, Mary C. 
Crawford, Mary 
Currin, AL-\ry Helen 
Cuthrell. Eunice 
Davis, Ethel 
Dawson. Dorothy M. 
Deal, Louise 
Decker, Muriel 
Donaldson, ;\L\ry O. 
Driscoll, Rossie E. 
Edmondson, Vera 
Eley, Doris Carr 
Ellis. Nancy Burwell 
Elmore, Kate Dunn 
EiTTSLER. Sarah J. 
Farlow. Wilma 
Fields. >L\urine 
Fitzgerald, Gay 
Flowers. Helen J. 
Floyd. Rebecca 
Flynt. ^L\RTHA Louise 
Fort, ALkrgaret C. 
Fredericks. Adna R. 
Gay, Mary Etta 
Geanes, Carol 
Glenn, Helen 
GoFORTH. Elizabeth 
Goodman, ^L^rie 
Greer, Jane 
Gregson, Miriam 
Griffin, Marie 
Grizzard. Rosalie V. 
Grltver, Bettie Jean 
GuLLEDGE. Mary Louise 
Gurtner. Muriel 

HaiGLER. ^L\RGARET 

Hasty. ^L^RY Stevens 
Hatch, ^L^RGARET 



Hawkins, Edith 
Hedrick, Cornelia H. 
Hendren, Pauline H. 
Henley, Sadie 
Highsmith, Virginia 
Hill. M.\r\ 
HiNES, Ruth 
Hodges. ]\L^rgaret 
Horne, Frances 
Hl'dson, Margaret 
Humphreys, Louise 
Hltneycutt, 1\L\rgaret 
Hunter, Mary Furman 
Hunter. Nellie Clay 
HuRwiTz, Naomi 
Jackson, Emma C. 
Jennings, Mildred A. 
Johnson. Martha 
Jones, Juanita 
Kaplan, Lillian 
Kenion, Josephine R. 
Kennedy, Mary Emma 
Keksey, Louise 
King, Sarah 
Kirk. Louise Blalock 
Laughinghouse. Ruth 
Lee. Vivianne 
Legare. Cecile 
Lindsley. AL^rjorie 
Little. H. Ellen 
LocKHART, Jane G. 
Logan, Dowe B. 
Long, Janie Ehrnell 
Lucas. Agnes L. 
McArver, Geraldine 
McClure. Miriam Mae 
McCormac, Marion 
IMcCuRDY, Edna 
McIvER, Mary 
MacLean, Marjorie 
McJ\L\Nus. Helen 
McNeill, Ethel M. 
Mabrey, Margaret E. 
Marsh. Dorothy H. 
Matlock, Ola 
Mayo, Mary Frances 
Mease, Margaret 
Melchor, Dorothy 



Mendenhall, Ruth 
Menzies, Christina 
Mitchell, Eliza \Y. 
Mitchell, Mary Allen 
Mohorne, Frances 
Moore, Doris E. 
Moore. Joyxe 
Moore. Marion Dixon 
Morgan, Kathryn 
IMurray, Frances 
My'ERS, Doris A. 
Myers, Emily 
Neaves, Emalene 
Neville, Lossie 
Newell, Ethel Mae 
Newlin, Margaret 
O'Berry, Lillian Rae 
O'Neil. Evelyn 
Openshaw. Norma 
Osborne, Claryce 
Osborne, Rebecca Sue 
Palmer, Mary H. 
Parker. Ruth Helen 
Paschall. Doris 
Patterson. Margaret 
Peoples. Margaret L 
Pepper. Emorie 
Pepper. Marjorie 
Peterson. Jeannette 
Petree. Hazel 
Petree. Rebecca 
Peurifoy, Elizabeth 
Phillips. Kathleen 
Pickler. Robbie 
Porter. Beverly 
Powell. Frances 
Powers, Alice Louise 
Presson, Evelyn E. 
Proctor, Mary Louise 
Pruitt, Pansy 
Rankin. Mary Louise 
R-^scoe. Virginia 
Reaves, Virginia B. 
Reeves. Lorraine 
Register, Cornelia 
Renn, Helen 
RoTHcocK, Frances 
Rowland, Nell 



Sawyer, Carrie Mae 
ScHLOssER, Christine F. 
Scott, Margaret 
Sessoms, Eleanor 
Severance. Frances 
Shelton, Esther Burch 
Shelton, Sarah 
Sholar, Virginia 
Shuping, Eugenia 
Smith, Frances Juanita 
Smith, Kate Henry 
Smith, Mary Helen 
Spruill. Louise 
Starling. Lou Mae 
Steptoe. Marguerite 
Stewart. Sarah W. 
Sutton, Jean 
Taylor, AL\mie Clyde 
Teagi'E, Mary Josephine 
Thigpen. Hilda 
Thomas, Frances 
TuGwELL. Willie 
TuLL. Marion 
Tyndall. Geraldine 
Vaughan, Susie 
Verrill, Virginia Davis 
Vestal, Chrishne 
Vincent, Lorene 
Walker. Winona Leora 
Wallis, Dorothy A. 
Walton. Doris E. 
Ward. Ruth 
Weeks. Evelyn 
Wells. Sally Margaret 
Wheeler. Allene 
White. Lydia B. 
White. Mary Lee 
Whitener, Louise 
Whitley, Nellree 
■Wilkerson. Margaret N. 
WiLKiE. Janie 
Williams. Emily 
Wilson. Carolina 
WiNFREE. Virginia 
Wright. IVL^rie 

WyATT, i\L\RY 

Yancy, Ann Marie 




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THE ALUMNAE AND FOMMEM STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 

Incorporated 



OFFICERS 

Dr. Mary Poteat 

Mrs. C. a. Street i Julia .Mimtgomeryl 
Laura H. Coit 
Clara B. Bvrd 



President 
J 'iec-President 
Honorary President 
General Seerctarx 



AIE-MI'.ERS OF THE BuARD oF TRl'STEES 

Mrs. 'SI. J. Wrexx (Louise Clinard) 
AIrs. T. R. Ev-ERETT (Ruth \'ick) 
Mrs. J. R. Bennett ( Josie Doub) 
Gertrude Carraway 
AIrs. Jos. W. Johnson (\ irginia Batte ) 
Mrs. R. Murphy Wieeiams (Lillie ]'>oney) 
Mrs. Gurney P. Hood (Marion Stevens) 
Mrs. C. E. Stevens (Carrie Tabor) 
Mrs. Claude Morris (Emma L. Speight) 



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1833 IVake Forest Institute is chartered by the General Assembly. For a time 
it has seemed that anti-Baptist sentiment wotdd block the bill, but on its- 
final reading in the Senate there is a tie. Speaker W. D. Moseley gives' 
the deciding vote in favor of the cliarter. Later, by legislative act, the 
name is changed to Wake Forest College and a more lenient charter 
granted. 

1837 Dazndson College is founded by the Concord Presbytery as "preparatory 
to the Gospel Ministry." 

1838 Greetisborongh Female School becomes the first female college chartered 
in North Carolina and the second south of lite Potomac. 

1838 The future Duke University luis its beginnings in a grammar school near 
High Point. This school, znhich soon becomes Trinity College, is wider 
the North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Church, South. In 1924 
tlic great Duke Foundation fund makes possible tremendous expansion. 

1891 Tlie JVoman's College of the University of North Carolina, under the name 
of State Normal and Industrial School, comes into being as the result of 
a crusade made by Charles Duncan Mclver in behalf of the education of 
iC'OHirii. Dr. Mcli'er often said, "Educate a man and you haz'e educated 
one person; educate a mother and you have educated a whole family." 

The data listed above, together with those concerning other colleges already 
referred to in our pages, provide a good index to the rapid development of higher 
education in North Carolina. This progress began with the chartering of the 
first State University in the nation and has continued with a slow but steady pace 
throughout the century and a half which have ensued. 





OBGflnizflTions 



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STUDENT GOVEBNMENT 

OFFICERS 

JusTixE Ullrich President 

Geraldixe Spinks I'ice-Presidcnt 

Alma Hall Secretary 

Gertrude Rainey Treasurer 




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JUDICIAL BOAED 



LEGISLATURE 

isabelle imoseley 
Daphne Savage 
Elizabeth Drake 
AdriE-nn'E W'oRirsER 
Georgia Arnett 
Beair Lvle 
Dorothy Picker 
Phvelis Keister 
Mary Elizabeth Taylor 



EvELYX Johnson 
Shirley Melchor 
Mildred Swift 
Fannie Daniel 
\'irginia Tatum 
Betsy Williams 
Susan Hamlin 




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HONOK BOAED 



JUSTIXE I'llRICH 

Betsy Williams 

Shirlev ^^Ielchor 

]\IiLDRED Swift 

Harriet Elliott, B.A., AI.A. 

A. S. Keister, M.A.. Ph.D. 





ULLRICH 


WILLIAM; 


-MELCHOR 


SWIFT 


ELLIOTT 


KEISTER 



INTEK* FAITH 
COUNCIL 

OFFICERS 

Betsy Dupuy President 

Glad's's Solomon Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Ruth Gorh.\m 
Betsy Dupuy 
Gladys Solomo.x 
Elaixe Schmidt 
r.vchel moser 



Miss Cleo Mitchell 

.A.XXIE ^[ackie 

Ruth Gill 

m.\ry boney 

Miss ^I.\rgaret Williams 



DUPUY' 
SCHMIDT 

gill 



SOLOMOX 
MULLIGAN 
BONEY GULLEDGE 



Frances Mullicax Miss Idalene Gulledge 
Mrs. M.\rth.\ Allred 



hill 
mackie 
mitchell 



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DAY STUDENTS 
OBGANIZATION 



OFFICERS 



Ruth Hill 

Mildred .Mashbl'kx 
Margaret Galloway 



President 
I 'ice-President 
Seeretarx-Treasnrer 




HOUSE PMESIDENTS 



AIakc.aket De\ any 
Lillian- Jordan 
^Iaky Elizabeth Sanders 
Louise Jordan 



Susan- Swett 
Laura Abernathy 
Rachel Darden 
Eleanor W'estervelt 
Grace Bell 



Katiiryn TiiOAirsoN 

GWEN ^fc^TuLLIN 

Lucy Scixks 
Alethia Hough 





OAP^O 




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FINANCE BO AMD 



Josephine Butler x-\dkienne Wormser M.\K^• Xunn 

Miss Katherixe Sherrill A. S. Keister, Ph.D. 



R.\cnEL Nye 
AFr. C. E. Teague 




QUILL CLU] 



OFFICERS 



1 Jetty W^in spear 
Sybil Gurley 

AdRIEXXE \\'()RMSER 



President 

J 'ice-President 
Seeretar\-Treasurer 



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ZOOLOGY FIELD 



OFFICERS 

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 
President 

Elizabeth Anderson Lorena Strohm 

rke-Prcsident 
Neel Cobb Martha Wiswall 

Secretary and Treasurer 
Pattie Pittjian Frances Sowell 

Chairntan Program Coiiiiiiittee 
Lorena Strohm Elizabeth Anderson 

Chairman Puhlic'ty Committee 

Martha Wiswaee Gladys Pritchard 

iMEMBERS 



Elizabeth Anderson 
H. H. Brimley 
Mary Brummitt 
Victoria Carlsson 
Neli. Cobb 
Catherine Cox 
Eleanor Dibble 
Marion Fisher 

J. P. GiVLER 

Mildred Harris 
Helen Ingraham 
Evelyn Kernodle 
R. W. Leiby 
LiLA Belle Love 

Marth.j 



Annie Mackie 
Irene Phrydas 
Pat Pittman 
Gladys Pritchard 
Lawrence Ritchie 
Marjorie Rosenthal 
LrciLLE Scarborough 
A. D. Shaftesbury 
J. A. Smith 
Frances Sovvell 
Carroll Stoker 
Lorena Strohm 
Mabel Upchurch 
Mary W. Ward 
Wiswall 




wiswall 

SOWELL 
PRITCHARD 




The Carolina ALarine Laboratory 
Beaufort, N. C. 
This laboratory, which owes its existence 
chiefly to the enthusiasm and gifts of pres- 
ent and past members of the Zoology Field 
Club, members of the faculty and friends 
of the college, and a federal grant from 
the E.R.A., is available for summer work 
by students and faculty members. 



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CABINET 

MEAIP.ERS 

Elizabeth Copeland 
Leah Smirnow 
Merle Leavitt 
]\Iarjorie Glenn 
Marie Sette 
Sheila CorlEy 
Charlotte AIichlin 
Gracie Carmichael 
Sarah Stewart 
Anna Katherine Owen 
Susannah Thomas 
Eleanor Kerchner 
Frances Yerger 
Rosemary Snyder 



OFFICERS 

Ruth Gorham President 

Betsy Dupliy J'ice-Prcsidcnt 

Julia Lovelace Secretary 

Maxilla Everett . Treasurer 




GORHAM DUPUY 

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PLAYLIKERS 



OFFICERS 

E1.1ZABETH AsHi^EV President 

Elaine Schmidt Secretary 




MASOL'ERADERS 

Betsy Williams 
Justine Ullrich 
Elizabeth Ashley 




Pkidk ami Pur.JlDlLK 
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AKT CL 



OFFICERS 



EvELvx KerxodlE 
Pattie Pittman ... 
Sarah Atkixsox . 
LiLLiAx Jacksox 
\"iRGixiA Jacksox 



President 
J'iee-President 

- Secrcfary-TrcasKrcr 

Chairman of Program Committee 
Chairman of Puhlieitx Committee 




Bettv Aldrich 
Sarah Atkixsox 

SUSAX r.ARKSDALE 

Willie Boyd 
Mary Cochraxe 
Jessie Douglas 
Elizabeth Huxt 
Mrs. Gregory Iv\ 
Mr. Gregory Ivy 



MEMBERS 

LiLLiAx Jacksox 
\^iRGiNiA Jacksox 
Evelyx Kerxodle 
Jane McKee 
Marguerite ]\Iaxn 
Barb.\ra Moore 
Molly Anne Peterson 
Pattie Pittmax 
Elizabeth Reeves 



Elizabeth Rehm 

Virginia Rogers 

Mr. Robert M. Skelton 

rosejiary sxyder 

Aljia M. Sparger 

JuxE Toriax 

Elizabeth Uzzelle 

Mrs. Elizabeth W'eatherspoon 

Margaret \\'hitehurst 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 

I'oundation: W. C. Jackson, Ph.D. 

OFFICERS 

George Underwood, Ph.D. President 

WiNFiELD S. Barney, Ph.D. Vice-President 

RuTii CoLLiNGS, M.D. Secretary-Treasurer 

ALUMNAE OUT OF COLLEGE 0\'ER TEN YEARS 

CLASS OF 1906 

Martha E. Winfield* 

CL.\SS OF 1910 AND 1922 
Jane Summerell 

CLASS OF 1920 
Mrs. Julia Spruill 



Mabel Adderholt 
Nancy Baker 



CLASS OF 1931 



j\Irs. Helen Seieert Kafer 

Mrs. Mary Jane Wharton Thayer 



CLASS OF 1932 

Mrs. Pansy McConnell Hood. Mary Lewis 

Evelyn Underwood 



CLASS OF 1933 



Margaret Bane 
Marjorie Hefren 
Elizabeth Langford 
Mrs. Ernestine McDonald 



Katherine Moser 
Pauline Moser 
Eleanor Shelton 
Julia Watson 



Alice Arm field 



CLASS OF 1934 

Ruth Long 
Margaret Brown 



CLASS OF 1935 



Katherine Baxter 
Phoebe Bobbitt 
Mary Brantley 
Mildred Conklin 
Genevieve Corbett 
Jane Costner 
Robbie Dunn 
LoRENA Fairbanks 
Frances Grantham 
LoRRANE Gray' 
Marv Alice Hutchinson 
Alice Johnson 



Marion McDowell 
Mary Hazel Meacham 
Katherine M. Miller 
Margaret Moser 
Ruby Bass Smith 
Alice Marie Squires 
Alice Smith 
Margaret Tillett 
Mary Tori an 
Kate Wilkins 
Mary E. Woodard 
Ruth Worley 



CLASS OF 1936 



Elizabeth Barineau 
Mary Reynolds Bradsh.\w 
Elizabeth Buhmann 
MauslEAT Garrard 
Betty Griesinger 
Blanche Newsom'e Hardy 
RosabellE Hinton 



Ruby Jane Keller 
Christiana McFadyen 
Mary Catherine Proctor 
Cornelia Snow 
Mary Clare Stokes 
Martha Bynum Thomas 
Elizabeth Yates 



*Deceased 



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Linda Mitcheli,, Chief Marshal 



I E T I E 



The Adelphian, Cornelian, Dikean, and Aletheian are 
the four social organizations. They occupy a most im- 
portant place in student life. Managed entirely by the 
students, the}- give opportunity for friendly intercourse 
and social improvement. 



ALETHEIA 




ALMA HALL 



BARBARA CITHRELL 




DORIS COCKERHAM 
President 



.-III! Truth, i^'hosc lii/lif thi-oiu/hout the countless years 

Has beeu f^assed doi^'u to us from soul to soul. 
We seek Thee, tlio' throin/h toil and f^ain and tears. 

Until zve find Thee, that nr may be zvlio'c. 
A spark of Thee is born x^nthin each breast ; 

We stri-i'e to feed that tiiix altar fire 
With other sf'arbs zee find upon our quest. 

O Aletheia. of our pure desire. 

Thou art an ideal, boundless, unattained. 

While yet zve strive to lii'c Thee ezvry day: 
Thou, art in all. and yet cannot be gained 

Saz'c b\ lonq search, and zeeary. and the leay 
Winds b\< stroiif/holds of it/noranee and sin. 

Ihit seekinfi Thee in all z<<e knozL'. at last 
We'll break the gates that there may enter in 

'Thy light of understanding z\.'hen our search is fiast. 



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MARTHA McRAE 



DOROTHY FITZPATRICK 



RACHEL MOWER 




DRAUGHOX 



Doris Cockerham . . . 
Ruth Weitzel 
Elaine Schmidt 
Rachel Draughon 



OFFICERS 



President 

J^ice-President 

Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 



Evelyn Tart Treasurer 

Linda Mitchell Inter-Society Representative 



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ADELPHIA 




PEGGY DeVAXY 



MARIETTA MUELLER 




SONG 

Shoulder to slioiihicr. hearts fiUcd zvith devotion, 
With purpose not aimless but earnest and true, 
I 'nited by all the ties of deep friendship. 
We bring, O Adclphi, our honiaye to you. 

We pledge to you loyalty long and unending. 
Loyalty ivhich will be firm. z\.'hieh z\.'ill be true. 
Devotion i^'e pledge you that never shall perish. 
And lozv zchieh through all eoming time zcill endure. 

With eouragc undaunted zee'll march ever onzvard. 
Up lieights to be zvou along parts strange and nezv; 
But nozv and forez'er one great baud of sisters 
We'll be. O Adelphia. still loyal to you. 



SARAH DALTON 
President 



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LUCY SPIXKS 



ISABELLE MOSELEY 



RACHEL DARDEN 




OFFICERS 

Sara Dalton President 

Anne Haynes Vice-President 

Elizabeth PedEn Recording Secretary 

LiLLLVN Jackson Treasurer 

Rachel Nye . Inter-Society Representative 



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DIKE 




ALETHEA HOUGH 



GERALDIXE BOXKEMEVER 




SONG 

Dike, z^'lw speaks zi'i'tli rcz'crbcraiit (jrandciir. 
Tliro!i(/li listcniiKj portals of true zeoniaiihood. 
Into thy z'astuess. zee eoiiie iioze entriistiiuj 
Pozecrs as \ct latent zvitJi zvill's hope iinbited : 
Glad for the toiliiu/, tlie cotiuiion endeazvr. 
Clad for the zeideness of zeays to be zeoii. 
To do for tlie deed's sake, sti'l keepiiuj the I'ision. 
Tnistiii;/ seeiire in the liz'es 'round us throzen. 

Stamped zvitli tliat beauty and li(/ht of thy image 
lie Zi'ould go forth zeith a ereatiz'e faith; 
Builders potential and makers of highzeays. 
Easing for others the paths tliey may take, 
.hid as tlie sunset giz-es plaee to the sunrise. 
After us cometh the child of the dazen 
To fashion the fabrie of dreams searee completed 
And serz'c Thee forezxv. O Liglit. farther on. 



GRACE HARRIIMAX 
President 



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ICLIZABETH ASHLEY 



KATHRVX THOMPSON 



SUSAN SWETT 




OFFICERS 



Grace Harriman . . 
Julia Butler . 
RosE^tAu^■ Sniper 
Helen Pease - 
Olga Mallo 



President 
J'icc-Pn'sidcnt 
Treasurer 
Corresponding Secretary 
Inter-Society Representative 



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COMNELIA AND 
THE GMACCHI 




MAKV ELIZABETH SAXDi l<^ 



LILLIAN TORnAX 




SUSAN HAMLIN 
President 



/;/ jov and /^raisc conic let ns siiuj 

With an'tJicm clear and stroinj: 
Let all Conicliau voices rinu 

In free, exultant son;/. 
Of pride for that fair name ice bear, 

Cornelia, ylorious zvord. 
To make ns (/ladl\ do and dare. 

Whene'er 'tis thomiht, ichcnc'cr 'tis heard. 

We'll oincard. ufzvard ei'cr more. 

Onr footsteps forzvard pressed : 
TocictJicr mo'cc in sistcr-Ioz'C 

Upon the mountain's crest. 
To gain the fair, zvide, sprcadini/ •I'iczc 

WJiieh rouiul the mountain lies. 
And giz'C us understanding nczv. 

Enlightening our eager eyes. 

Ma\ Cornelia's name ha:'c ne'er a stain 

From any daughter's deed, 
for her. all glory zcill he gi-cen 

And gi'i'c her honor's meed : 
for firm and staunch zce'll ez'cr stand 

Unto each other true. 
And loxal to her nolde band. 

Hers. yea. her oicn. our zcliole '.iz'cs fhroiu/h. 



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CAROLYN PKOl'T 



VIRGIXIA TATl'M 



nETTY CALHER 



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OFFICERS 



SusAX Hajilin 
Ai,iiA McCain 
Elizabeth Snyder 
Fanxie Daniel 
AxxE Watkins 



President 

J'icc-Prcsidciil 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Inter-Soeiety Representative 



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HOME 



EXECL-TR'E COUNCIL 
Marv Helen King, President 

Betty Cooke 
Frances Yerger 
Saeev Tavi.or 
Jane Umstead 
Isabelle Moseeey 
Miss AIary York 



OTANY 
CLUB 



OFFICERS 

^[ary \\'ieeiams \\'ard 
President 

GoLDA Peedix 
Seereturv-Treasiirer 




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MADHIGAL CLUB 



OFFICERS 



AxxiE Crawford 
Ai.LEixE Grimes 
Frances ^Ioselev 
AxME Louise Sloop 



. . - President 
ricc-Prcsidcnt 

Srcrrfary 
Treasurer 




Marguerite Barxhardt 
Fraxces Barrett 
An NICE Crawford 
Bess Feimster 
Dorothy Gaskins 
JMarjorie Glenn 



MEMBERS 

Ai.LEixE Grimes 
Eleanor McCluxg 
Kathrvx Mewborx 
Maureex Moore 
Frances ^Joseley 
Ylia Puig 
Louise Wixgate 



Elaixe Reagan 
Mary E. Sanders 
Inez Shuford 
Annie Louise Sloop 
Margaret Tyson 
Alice Walters 



FACl'LTY MEMBERS 
Birdie H. Hoi.loway Grace \'ax Dyke More 




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COLLEGE CHOIK 

OFFICERS 

Rachel Moser President 

EuzABETH Drake , / 'icc-Presideut 

Annie Louise Sloop Seerelary 

Annice CkawFord and Mary Neal Saunders Libnirians 

Grace Caumich aei ( 'eslnieiit C hainnan 

Mary Pate and Frances Barrett Assistants 

Mr. George M. Thompson Director 




MEMBERS 



Crawford, Annice 
Tyson, Margaret 
RiGG. Caroline Jane 
Brown, Barbara 
Earnhardt, Margaret 
Carmichael. Grace 
Mues, Elsie 
Tate, Katherine 
Perez, Marie 
Saltman, Kathryn 
Miller. Millicent 
Oliver, Dorothy 
Lassiter, Jean 
Mewborn, Kathryn 
Swaim, Oliva 
Jordan, Anne 
Blades, Alice 
Wingate, Louise 
Everett. ALwilla 
Weber, Ann 
Gill, Ruth 
Weinger, Ruth 
Palmer. Ruth 
Smith, Evelyn 
Stoker, Carroll 



Sellers. Vioi.a 
Rd.-iE, Annie Lea 
Moore. Martha 

SCHULTZ, MadELYN 

Taylor, Mary Elizabeth 
Shuford. Inez 
Uhl. Barbara 
Young, Geraldine 
Hunt. Florence 
LovELL, Dorothy 
DeVany, Margaret 
Drake, Elizabeth 
Hellen, Mildred 
Henderson, Elinor 
Malock. Ora 
Carpenter. Katherine 
Edmondson, Edith 
Harrison. Rebecca 
Moser. Rachel 
Owen, Anna C. 
Tripp, Gladys 
Jones, Dorothy 
Grimes, Alleine 
Forester, Helen 
Smith, Mamie Grace 



Gordon. Mary 
McKee. Jane 
Redding, Mary 
Feimster, Bess 
BoNEY, Mary 
Conrad, Caroline 
Moore. Barbara 
Emmett, Rachel 
Brabble, Catherine 
Cochrane, Mary 
Pate. Mary 
KL\RST0N, Elsie 
MiCHELiN. Charlotte 
Stewart, Julia 
Heffner. Bernice 
Snow. Thereas 
Saunders, Mary Neal 
Barrett, Frances 
Savage, Daphne 
FicKER. Dorothy 
Ayres, Ruth 
Fairbanks, Muriel 
Gaskins, Dorothy 
Hall, Evelyn 
Caldwell, Frances 



Mitchell, Arthelia 
Bronson, Mary Jean 
Glenn, Marjorie 
Meeks, Virginia 
Schoellkopf, Dorothy 
ZiEL, Jean 
Walker, Hazel 
Dowdy, Hilda 
RossEY, Grace 
Piatt, Jeanette 
Reagan. Elaine 
Johnson, Dorothy 
Grier. Jane 
Bristol. Sarah E. 
Sanders, Mary E. 
Moseley. Frances 
Armstrong, Jeanette 
Kirk. Louise 
Lawrance. Josephine 
Sloop, Annie Louise 
Sharp, Louise 
Williams, Charlotte 
Robertson, Elaine 
■Walters, Alice 



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CHEMISTBY CLUB 



OFFICERS 

Dot Shekw'ix 

Mabel Livixg-STox 

Ruth W'escott 

I\riss Florexce Schaeffer ( 
Miss Marv Welsh Parker ' 



Pr-'sidi'iif 
J'icc-Prcsidciit 
Srcrctary -Treasurer 

Faculty Adi-iscrs 





OKCHESIS 

OFFICERS 

Leah Smirxow 

President 

\\'H.^tA Le\-ixe 
Secretary-Treasurer 

;\Iiss Davis 
J' acuity Advisor 



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SPEAKERS CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Betsy Dupuy 

Mary Elizabeth Pur\-is 

Mr. C. W. Phillips 
Miss Louise Alexaxher 
Dr. Elbert Moses. Jr. 



President 
Secrefarv 



Facultx .-idzisers 



CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Julia I!utlEU 
President 

Anne \V.\tkins 
Seeretary 

Miss D^R()TH^■ D.wih 
Paciiltx .-idzisor 




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FEENCH CLU 



Alii.i.irc Sw'iTT 



President 



PHYSICS CLUB 

AIarie Roberts President 

Helen Plavek I'iee-President 

Dot Sherwi.n Seereturx-Treasurer 





WILKINSON 



SQUARE DANCE CLUB 



ROWENA \^'ILKINSON 



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President 



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EDUCATION CLUB 



OFFICERS 



Kathrvv Holloweli. 

\lRGINIA MOSELEV 

.Marie M(i(ire 
Sarah Dalton 



President 
1 'iee-Prcsident 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



HOLLOWELl 
MOOUE 



Anderson, Elizabeth 
Andrews, Martha 
Ashley. Elizabeth 
Earnhardt, Marguerite 
Barrier, Marguerite 
Bell, Grace 
Bell, Mary 
Belton, Anne 
Boger, Camille 
Bohannon, Rebecca 
Bolick, Helen 
Host, Fan 
Boyd, Willie 
Brag, Matilda 
Brittain, Virginia 
Brown, Esther 
Bunn, Margaret 
Burgess, Marjorie 
Burnette, Louise 
Butler, Tosephine 
Butler, "Julia 
Caldwell, Louise 
Cann, Margaret 
Carmichael, Grace 
Carpenter, Edna 
Clark, Gertrude 
Cobb, Nell 
Cockerman, Doris 
Cole, Ethel 
Collette, Mataline 
Cornwell. Mary 
Correll, Lois Mae 
Crawford, .-\nnice 
Crouch, Katherine 
Crowder. Allien 
Crutchfield, Helen 
Dalton, Sarah 
Dennis, Ruth 
DeVany, Margaret 
Dickinson, Alice 
Dowdy, Hilda 
Dupuv, Betsv 
Efland, Eloise 
Ellis, Kathryn 
Ely, Esther 
Farmer, Belva 
Felniet, Mary Lee 
Fitzgerald, Louise 
Gamble, Gladys 
Gant, Elizabeth 



Gardner, Mary Lee 
Gibson, Eugenia 
Gilbert, Katherine 
Godwin, Etta Mae 
Goodwin, Jane 
Gorhani, Tosephine 
Gorham, Ruth 
Grey, Mrs. Margaret 
Gricr, Helen 
Griffin, Janet 



Mackie, Anni( 
Mallo. Olga 



Mo 



Ma 



Gr 



Alii. 



slev, Elizabeth 
Goverman, Elizabeth 
Gurlev, Sybil 
Gwvn, Scott 
llamrick. Helen 
Hankins. Mary L. 
Hardison, Wilma 
Harrell, Lynne 
Harrison, Rebecca 
Havnes, Flora 
Hassell. Lillian 
Hellen. Mildred 
Iknrv, I'auline 
Hicks. Ethalyn 
Holland, Marguerite 
Hollowell, Kathrvn 
Holt, Ruth 
Hood, Lucinda 
Hough, Alethea 
Johnson, Evelyn 
Johnson, Wilma 
Jones, Dorothy 
Killian, Thelma 
King, Marv Elizabeth 
King, Mary Helen 
Klutz, Bryte 
Knox, Clara 
Leavitt, Merle 
Lee, Annabel 
Lee, Marjorie 
Lee, Sidney 
LeRov, Margaret 
Livingston, Mabel ■ 
Loweiy, Gladys 
Lucas, Josephine 
McBee. Belle 
McCracken, Lura 
McDonald, Rossell 
McDougald, Dorothy 



Morrah, Phyllis 
Morrison, Janet 
Moselev. Isabclle 
Moselev, Virgini; 
■ Rachel 



\e 



Flo 



ver, Mattie 

I'endleton, Aileeu 

i^errv, Margaret 

Pooser, Helen 

Powell, Lucy 

I'rilih.ird, Gladys 

I'r.iut. Carolyn 

]\v^b. Lillian 

Reed, Laura 

Reid. Ruth 

Reynolds, Grace 

Roberts, Helen 

Rolun-^on. Florence 

K..nins. Billie 

knvall, Letha 

Rvan. Alice 

Saunders, Mary Elizabeth 
Scott, Eva Mae 
Sherwin, Dorothy 
Shore, Audree 
Shores. Carrie 
Shumate, Mildred 
Silverman. Dorothy 
Sloop, Erlean - 
Smith. Dorothy 
Spinks, Geraldine 
Steele, Maude 
Strickland, Maxine 
Sturdivant, Patricia 
Swain. Lenore 
Swift, Mildred 
Talbert. Nancy 
Tart. Evelyn 
Torian. June 
Towne. Willa 
Trice. Sarah 
Underwood, Mildred 
Vuncannon, Hazel 
Wakefield, Kathleen 
Ward, De Willa 
Ward, Mary 



Watkins, Anne 
Weitzel, Ruth 
Wenz, Elizabeth 
Westervelt, Elizabeth 
Wilkinson, Rowena 
Williams, Betsy 
Williams, Esther 
Williams, Fae 
Williams, Rebecca 
Winspear, Elizabeth 
Wiswall, Martha 
Whiteside, Sara 
Witherspoon, j\Iary 
Young, Marie 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Clutts, (). P. 

Cook, John 

Denneen. Marie 

Fitzgerald. Marv 

Fitzgerald. Ruth 

Flintom. Margaret 

Gunter, Ruth 

Holloway, Birdie 

Hunter, Eugenia 

Kephart, A. P. 

Kimmel, Herbert 

Kreimeier, Anne 

Krug, Helen 

Kvker, Frank 

Ladd. Geraldine 

Land, Betty Aiken 

Lloyd, Eunice 

MacFadgen, Miriam 

Martus, Ethel 

Meheffie, Harriet 

More, Grace Van Dyke 

Park, Herbert 

Reger, Anna 

Skelton. Robert 

Smith, John 

Sparger, Alma 

Spier, Etta 

Spruill, Patty 

Street, Mrs, Madelene 

Weatherspoon, Mrs. Elizabeth 



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SQUAEE CIRCLE 



OFFICERS 



Margaret LeRov 
( )lga Mallo 
Annabel Lee 



President 
J'icc-Prcsidciit 
Sccrctarx-Trcasiircr 



Miss Cornelia Stroxg. Faculty Adzisor 




Imo Jean Anthony 
Dr. Helen Barton 
Mary E. Bunch 
Doris Cockerham 
Sarah Dalton 
Catherine Davis 
Madeline Farthing 
Catherine Fleet 
Pauline Fields 
Margaret Idol 



MEMBERS 

Mildred Knox 
Merle Leavitte 
Annabel Lee 
Margaret LeRoy 
Dorothy Lewis 
Olga Mallo 
Bessie AIcFadden 
Machel McLain 
Rema Morgan 
Flora Pearsall 



Helen Pease 
Alice Powell 
Esther Ann Ouinn 
Emily Stanton 
Miss Cornelia Strong 
Nell Tyson 
I\Iiss Emily \\'atkins 
Loretta Willis 
Helen Veasey 
Mary Zimmerman 



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THE 1937 PINE NEEDLES 



After s^radnation is over, a yearbocik becomes an invalualjle means of reviving 
memories and aspirations of the past. Realizing this trnth, we have attempted to 
record in the pages of the l'^37 PinE NeedlEs the familiar scenes and every- 
day occurrences of onr college life. In its pages will be pictured daily routine rather 
than spectacular endeavor. The clubs with their manifold interests, the frenzied 
battles waged on the athletic fields, the laboratories where unholy brews are con- 
cocted by eager students, the dormitories with their studious occupants (and bits 
of gossip flying about occasionally) — all our varied activities are portrayed within 
this volume. Because it thus vividly reflects the college year, we hope that the 1937 
Pine Needles will long be cherished. 

To Miss Nettie Sue Tillett we extend our most sincere gratitude for her kind 
assistance in compiling this yearbook. 



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THE 1937 PINE NEEDLES 



LTTER.VRY STAFF 

Marv Lee Gardner 
Anne Beltox 
Margaret Boatjian 
Maxilla Everett 
Minnie Lou Parker 
Kitty ALweield 
Betty Aldrich 
Jean Abbitt 
\'iRGixiA Laxe 
Agnes Graham 
Frances Berbert 



BUSINESS STAFF 

Helen Dennis 
Mary Zimmerman 

Emily Harris 
Katherixe Landen 
Ethel Cody 
\'irginia Edwards 
E\'A AL'vE Scott 
Barbara I\Ioon 
Jo Wagner 
Taxe Goodwin 



liftMfiiatej&i^dsinpc^E:^ — - 




GAKuxrcK wagxer 

maykield dexxis 



r.ELTOX 

aldrich 



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Katk Urquhart 
Editor-in-Chief 

Geraldink Bon kemeyf.r 
Business Manager 

Betty Calder 
Managing Editor 

Betty Trimble 
Advertising Manager 




URQUHART 



bonkemeyer 



CAKOLINIAN 




EDITORS 

Katherine Gilbert 
Li'CiLE Scarborough 
Gladys Meverowitz 
Adkienne \\ormser 
Maxine Garner 
Marjorie Lee 
Eleanor Kerchner 
Elizabeth Phillips 
Carroll Stoker 
Sl'sannah Thomas 
Ruth Westcott 
Elizabeth Copeland 

Virginia Jackson 4rt Editor 

Phyllis Morrah Book Review Editor 

Grace Reynolds . . . Photography Editor 

Helen Pease Society Editor 

Nell Sturkey Sports Editor 

Alethea Hough \ ^ , ^. ,, 

_ , f ■Circtilatton Managers 

Evelyn Johnson ) 



EDITORIAL BOARD 
Betty Winspear 
Rachel Darden 
Virginia Tatum 
Leah Smirnow 
Gertrude Rainey 
Phyllis Keister 



REYNOLDS 
JOHNSON CALDER 



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Helen Crutchfield 
Bditor-in-Chief 

Bui.rs Swift 
Business Manager 



ClU'TCHFIELn 



THE COKKADI 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



Phyllis Moprah 
svril gurlkv 
Sheila Cor ley 
Bettv Winspear 



GlAUYS MnYEROWITZ 
AriKIENNE W'ORMSER 

;Marie Sette 
Ruth Hill 



Georgia Arnett 



BUSINESS STAFF 



RiKL Capel Viola Gradeck 

Edna Earle Bostick 



ART STAFF 



Evelyn Kernodle 
Miriam Sloan 



Elizabhth Reeves 
Virginia Jackson 




qrv 




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KERXODLE TACKSON SLO.W 

WINSPEAR MEYEROWITZ SETTE 

CORLEY HILL WORMSER CAPEL 

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Gl-RLEY 
ARXETT 
BOSTICK 



1852 CaI'Lin H. Wiley becomes first GencntI Superintendent of Connnon Scliools. 

lc%4 The plan for the griT^cd school system as outlined at the meeting of the 
Stale Board of Education in [S6o is passed by the Legislature. 

1865 The Legislature recognizes the right of the Negro to be educated, setting 
up Shazi' i nivirsity. Raleigh, and Washburn Seminary, Beaufort. 

1870 Despite post-zcar confusion, the Urst pld^lic z^'hite graded school, aided by 
nwney from the city treasury, is established in Greensboro. 

"Our teacher was, in many respects, a good-natured man : but even Job's 
patience would not have been proof against the trials he endured in the grievous 
misprints of text-books. By some odd fatality, every hard sum in Daboll's Arith- 
metic had the answer wrong : and we shall never forget the earnestness with which 
the good old man, after having tugged for hours over a tough question which 
had stumped our feebler capacities, would expound on the blunders of Daboll's 
.Arithmetic and the merits of Pike's Arithmetic, the book which he had studied 
and which he recommended to us as the very pink of perfection in figures. Mis- 
fortunes, however, never came singly. .\ copy of Pike was at length procured ; 
we prized it as a treasure and bore it in triumph to our venerable teacher. His 
eyes glistened with delight. It looked as if the course of arithmetic would run 
smooth. But to our consternation and amazement we found that we were still the 
sport of mischievous printers, and that every hard sum. even in Pike, had the 
wrong answer !" 

— From an old manuscript. 






OxioRD Female 




THLETICS 



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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS 



Jo Lucas 
Edith \\'atts 
Leah Smirn'ow 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 




CABINET 

Susan Hamlin 
Ruth Westcott 
Grace Harriman 
Stephen Wiley 
ROWENA \\'ilkinson 
JosEraixE Butler 

GWEN McMuLLEN 

Marie Roberts 
Julia Butler 
Janet Morrison 
Alice Dickinson 
Julia Root 
Carolyn Prout 
Jean Wilson 
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1901 Governor Aycock is elected, pledged to gkr eTery child a chance for an 
education. 

191S There is a public high school in every county in the slate, and tlie State 
Uniz'crsity publishes a list of the accredited schools. 

1917 Definite standardization of teacher training for certification is begun. 

1921 Through the Rosenumid fund and the General .Issc inbly's .Special Building 
fund, counties are enabled to horrois.' money to set up high schools for 
negroes respectiz'ely. 

1933 The State assunus complete support for a term of eight months of school 

With the election in 1901 of North Carolina's great education governor, 
Charles B. Aycock, a zealous campaign for state-wide education was launched. 
By 1915 the State University was able to publish a list of accredited high schools. 
Two years later the definite standardizing of teacher training was begun. Mean- 
while, about 1912, night schools for adults were opened in the public school house 
on moonlight nights. The object of "Moonlight schools" was the reduction of 
adult illiteracy. It was expected that the response would be slow, but more than 
a thousand men and women from 18 to 86 years old were enrolled the first even- 
ing. Among these were not only illiterate farmers and their illiterate wives, sons, 
and daughters, but also illiterate merchants, or "storekeepers," illiterate ministers, 
and illiterate lumbermen. Mothers, bent with age, came that they might learn 
for the first time to read letters from absent sons and daughters, and that they 
might learn for the first time how to answer these letters. Trooping over the 
hills and out of the hollows, they came, some to add to the meager education 
received in the inadequate schools of their childhood, some to receive their first 
lessons in reading and writing. 





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